Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud present this 1994 Jaguar
XJS This long, low, and wide convertible proves that a great design
is timeless. Even 25+ years after it came off the ship from
England, it still presents well. The styling was allowed to mature,
and the European-style headlights were finally added to give them a
truly distinctive look. The long hood and the low-slung body were
subtle hints at the company's sporting history. The White paint
still presents well and is complimented by the Doeskin Leather
interior.Jaguars are one of the finest at blending old-world
craftsmanship and top-grade materials. You see it on the leather
seats and wood dash and center console. When you slip behind the
wheel, you get big gauges, and the gear shift feels substantial in
your hand. The 4.0-liter inline-six engine looks well in the engine
bay, like many of the legendary long Jaguar blocks before it.
Backing this 4.0 Liter is a 4-Speed transmission. The XJS of the
time received more aerodynamic front and rear bumpers. But what
really will attract you to this Jag is the feeling you get on the
open road. The XJS runs on a fully independent suspension that has
been built to balance luxury cruising with spirited driving. In
fact, the famous Jaguar rear end has the rear disc brakes inboard
for better weight distribution. Plus, there's also power steering,
cruise control, and modern tires to really enjoy the grand tour.
1994 Jaguar XJS
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