Jaguar XJ6, XJ8 & XJR

All 2003 to 2009 (X-350) models including Daimler

Jaguar XJ6, XJ8 & XJR
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Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781787116535
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Description

This is the essential guide to all Jaguar XJ models from 2003 to 2009. An important read for any potential owner, but also a constant reference guide to keep with you when viewing a car. It will help you identify the model that suits you, what to look for when inspecting a car, and will provide you with all the necessary procedures to ensure the car is actually what it appears to be. It will identify some of the pitfalls to avoid, help you decide on exactly how to buy – from a dealer, private sale, or auction – and how to get the best possible car for your money.

The X350s are the last with what many would call ‘traditional Jaguar’ styling, yet they embody many technological advances. Therefore it is even more important to study the subject closely and inspect cars thoroughly before purchase. This book is the perfect pocket guide for that purpose. 

The author

Nigel Thorley is a well-regarded motoring historian with a particular interest in the Jaguar marque. Having owned sixty-one examples of the brand since the age of 17, including 16 MkIIs, his knowledge and expertise of these cars is second to none. Nigel has written twenty titles on the marque, has contributed to TV and radio programmes, regularly provides talks and seminars on the models, and is a prominent founder member of the Jaguar Enthusiast’s Club. He also edits their prestigious monthly magazine, Jaguar Enthusiast.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781787116535
Illustrations: 100 b-w photos
Size: 5.47 in x 7.67 in / 138.94 mm x 194.82 mm
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