Gateway Classic Cars Houston showroom is proud to present this
luscious Frost Blue Metallic 2008 Jaguar XJ. The XJ series was the
very last car that Sir William Lyons designed, paving the way for
its success being one of Jaguar's more popular lines during its 5
generations. With the XJ debuting for the first time in 1968, Sir
William Lyons had a vision in mind when designing the XJ. He wanted
a luxurious car 4 door sedan that handles and drives just like a
sports car would. To achieve this feat, he made the car rear wheel
drive and then designed it to handle like a sports car. The
resultant success had Sir William Lyons defining the car as "the
finest Jaguar ever". On the inside of this prime example of luxury,
you will see Tan Vanden Plas Leather interior along with the
following features: AM/FM radio, CD Player, Anti-Lock Brakes, Power
Windows, Power Locks, Power Seats, GPS Navigation, Anti-Theft
System, Lumbar Support, Cruise Control, Heated Seats, Power Brakes,
and air conditioning. Under the hood of this blue beauty, you will
find a 4.2L V8 that is powering a 6-speed automatic transmission,
something Sir William Lyons would be proud of himself. Ask us for
the Carfax on this one, so you may see that the mileage really is
2008 Jaguar XJ
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