Jaguar XJ – Review

The luxury saloon vehicle known as the Jaguar XJ has been sold under the Jaguar luxury marque now for several years.

The Jaguar XJ was first unveiled in the late 1960s. It has served as the Jaguar flagship model vehicle now for the vast majority of the car’s production span, which continues to the present day. The Jaguar XJ was famously the last Jaguar saloon vehicle to have received input from Jaguar founder, Sir William Lyons.

Jaguar XJ

The Jaguar XJ6, a car that utilized 2.8 L and 4.2 L straight six-cylinder versions of the esteemed Jaguar XK Configuration, was used as a replacement vehicle for most of Jaguar’s saloon automobiles, which in the 1960s had expanded to engulf four different ranges.

An up-market version of the vehicle was sold under the Daimler brand name. It was called the Daimler Soverign. The XJ name was taken from the automobile’s code name under development, which was Experimental Jaguar.

The Jaguar XJ6 was first introduced in late 1968. Daimler versions of the vehicle were launched the following year. The car was accompanied by a famous ad campaign featuring television commercials with Sir William, in which he called the car “the finest Jaguar ever.”

Jaguar XJ

Jaguar XJ Car Specifications

Brand Jaguar
Model Jaguar XJ Series 4dr saloon
Edition 3.0 V6 Executive
Price 43,747
NCAP Rating No Rating
Alarm standard
Driver Airbag standard
Immobilizer standard
Traction Control standard
Remote Locking standard
Cruise Control standard
Body Type Saloon
Fuel Type Unleaded
Max Power BHP/RPM 240/6800
Max Tourque lb ft/RPM 221/4100
0 – 60 (mph) 7.8
Max Speed 145
Combined Mpg 26.9
Urban Mpg 17.8
Extra Urban Mpg 37.9
Insurance Group 16

Video of Jaguar XJ