For sale in our Nashville showroom is a epic 1996 Jaguar XJS 2+2. This was the ending to a era of an incredible body style with long lines and sexy looks featuring huge engines and sporty road gripping stances. This 1996 Jaguar XJS Convertible 2+2 for sale is powered by the peppy 4.0L inline six is hammering out a massive 237 horse power and grabbing 24 MPG on the interstate! For a long-stretched cruiser that kind of mileage is fantastic. Backing this 4.0L I6 is a 4-speed automatic transmission. Comfort and luxury are what these cars where designed for and that is what they accomplished. This Jaguar for sale is stated to be Numbers matching and a Low 92,003 actual miles that is Carfax backed. While riding in style you can adjust the seats to any position you can dream of, enjoy the open roads, let the automatic top down and allow the wind to wisp through your hair and watch as the on lookers snap their necks to get a glimpse of your sweet ride. The Exterior of this beautiful 1996 Jaguar XJS Convertible 2+2 for sale is a soft white with a matching white leather interior that the word "Luxury "entails of. I truly do not think that any more options could be put into a car. Let's go over alllllllll of them and make sure your coffee cup is full, here we go: Air Conditioning, Am / Fm / Cassette, Automatic Convertible Power Top, Power Lumbar Support, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Windows, Horse Power, Anti-Lock Brakes, Tilt Steering Wheel, Seat Belts for the safety all passengers, Driver and Passenger Airbags, Anti-Theft System, Soft and Plush Leather Seating, Radial tires wrapping a performance Aluminum alloy wheels. Now is your chance to own a ionic piece of history, don't miss this chance. For more information please call our Nashville showroom at (615)213-1800 or if you have any questions feel free to email us at NASHVILLE@GATEWAYCLASSICCARS.COM.
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