We are pleased to be able to offer this luxury grand tourer, a 1992 Jaguar XJS. The XJS was made from 1976 to 1996. The final generation was only made from 1992 to 1996. This fine example has the coveted 5.3L V12 engine mated to the four speed automatic transmission. The richly appointed leather interior has all the power amenities you would associate with a Jaguar. This well powered machine looks very refined in its white paint and tan leather interior, exemplifying the performance affiliated with a luxury grand touring model. The car runs and drives very well attesting to its carefully maintained 71,5xx miles. The car has been well tended having had all its routine maintenance and even has a new battery. Only just over 8,000 coupes were made of the final run of the XJS model between 1992 and 1996. This is a great example of Jaguar history that you won’t want to miss. Offered at only $6,900.
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