2006 - 56 Jaguar XJ6 2.7 TDV6 Auto. Excellent condition, great service history and MOT till January 2020 with no advisories and serviced in February 2019. New left hand cat converter costing £350.00 put in and DPF deep cleaned from Halfords in August 2019.
Upgraded wheels, Navigation, Memory Seats, Cream Leather Interior, Alpine Speaker Upgrade, Xenon Lights and nearly new tyres!
16 way electric adjustable front comfort seats, 3 point rear seatbelts x3, 3 rear seat head restraints, 6 CD autochanger, Acoustic laminated side glass, Adaptive restraint technology system, Air suspension, Analogue clock, Anti-lock brakes, Automatic climate controlled air conditioning, , Bluetooth telephone connectivity, Body coloured bumpers, Bright mesh grille, CATS with adaptive damping, Deadlocking system, Drive away door locking, Driver-Front Passenger airbags, Driver-passenger sunvisors, DSTC-Dynamic Stability and Traction Control, Easy entry- electrically adjustable steering column, Electric front-rear windows-one touch operation, Electrically-adjustable foot pedal position, Electrochrome powerfold-heated door mirror, Electronic parking brake/clip, Emergency brake assist, Front armrest, Front fog lights, Front head restraints, Rear park distance control, Front seat mounted side airbags, Front-rear seatbelt pre-tensioners, Ground light in door mirrors, Headlight power wash, Heated front windscreen and timer, Heated rear window with timer, High level brake light, Interior mood lighting, Jaguar premium sound system, Navigation system with touch screen, Rain sensor windscreen wipers, Rear centre armrest, Rear cigar lighter, Rear park distance control, Remote-2 stage central double locking, Soft grain leather pack, Speed sensitive variable PAS, Steering wheel mounted audio-telephone controls, Thatcham Cat 1 engine immobiliser, Twin front cupholders, Wooden gearknob, 6 CD autochanger, Bluetooth telephone connectivity, immaculate leather interior, this car needs to be viewed, needs a jag enthusiast to keep it in pristine condition.
When car was purchased it had 55,295 on the clock, since I have owned this car for just under a year it has been driven 5000 miles. Rear carpet's protective sheets still in place since it was purchased by me in July 2018. I had it transported to me so as not to incur any extra mileage that could be done without. Large rubber mat to protect the boot carpet included. HPI cleared check done on 10/03/2018.
Lovingly kept and treasured. Priced to sell as cannot drive much due to recent operation therefore have limited mobility.
With an aluminium monocoque structure that brings outstanding weight savings compared to conventional steel cars, the new XJ is lighter than the outgoing model by up to 200kg. This brings marked improvements in fuel economy and emissions and also provides excellent safety and crash protection. In addition, the lighter vehicle weight allows for increased performance across the board and great agility.
Pioneering a new lightweight vehicle architecture that is centred on a conventional monocoque body structure rather than an unnecessarily exotic space-frame, Jaguar engineers have developed a car that is larger in every respect than the model it replaces and has more features and driver-assisting technologies – and yet weighs up to 200 kg less than the outgoing generation. Referring to a large saloon as a lightweight vehicle may seem incongruous, but the new XJ fully deserves – and earns – this label.
The benefits of a lightweight vehicle are in place all the time, from the moment the wheels start turning. In addition to measurables such as fuel economy, emissions and performance, the subjective issues of handling and ride also feature.
In the new XJ, Jaguar’s engineers have created a vehicle that is very agile. It is also quicker and more economical than the outgoing generation. Comparing the new entry model, the 3.0 litre XJ6, with the previous 3.2 litre XJ8 reveals that the new XJ is 0.3 seconds quicker from standstill to 60mph and almost 15% per cent more economical in the combined cycle. A more direct model for model comparison between XJRs shows that the new XJ is quicker to 60 mph (5.0 seconds versus 5.3 seconds) and yet returns average fuel economy in the combined cycle of 23.0 against 22.4 mpg. Top speed of both vehicles is the same electronically limited 155mph.
The bonnet and boot lid both use four-bar-link hinges equipped with gas-assisted struts, and gaps on these major closures are also extremely precise at 3.5 mm from bonnet to bumper and bootlid to bumper. Extensive use of lightweight components in key areas of the structure ensured the new XJ met the weight targets set by the engineering team. These areas include:
•Bake-hardened aluminium sheet metal pressings for the new XJ’s exterior panels, offering added resilience against dents and dings.
•High-pressure vacuum aluminium die castings for suspension and driveline component mounting points, which are both lightweight and highly resistant to bending and contribute to the precision and comfort of the XJ’s steering, ride and handling.
• Aluminium alloy extrusions, utilised in the door structures for high strength against potential aerodynamic wind noise and for enhanced security, are also found in the front and rear bumper beams and used for floor and roof reinforcements.
In addition, magnesium – as strong as aluminium but 30 per cent lighter again – is used for the new XJ’s seat frames and the cross-car beam that supports the dashboard, instrument panel and steering column.
The new electronic parking brake, which eliminates the need for a traditional handbrake lever and also features drive away release, is itself an elegant design detail. Situated just behind the J-gate transmission shift lever, the electronic ’switch’ frees additional space for the comfort of front-seat occupants.
Model: XJ model X350-X358
Submodel: XJ6 (X350)
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