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Jaguar XJ

JAGUAR XJ

Jaguar's pinnacle saloon car. The perfect combination of cutting-edge technology, sporting vehicle dynamics, and opulent luxury.

FROM

R1,613,900

CO2 EMISSIONS g/km

From 184

FUEL ECONOMY Combined l/100km

From 7.0

EXPLORE XJ APPROVED USED

  • Jaguar XJ On Road.

    MOVING DESIGN

    XJ's assertive styling includes an imposing, upright front grille with mesh detail, powerful full LED headlights and eye-catching LED tail lights with a distinctive pinstripe graphic. Its powerful character is reflected in the low, wide stance and long, taut waistline.

  • Jaguar XJ Interior Luxurious Seat.

    INNER CALM

    Exceptionally luxurious, you’ll discover a quality of craftsmanship throughout the XJ interior that sets it apart. You never just travel in XJ, you are transported to another place.

  • Jaguar XJ Driving on Icy Road.

    POWERFUL, RESPONSIVE, SMART

    Every XJ engine delivers an outstanding combination of performance, refinement and efficiency. The range offers the choice of a V6 Turbocharged Diesel engine or three petrol engines.

  • Jaguar XJ Aluminium Frame.

    BEAUTY. STRENGTH. AGILITY

    XJ’s all-aluminium body architecture is not only strong and rigid but also extremely light. The excellent power-to-weight ratio improves all aspects of performance and the monocoque construction offers increased rigidity for improved handling as well as excellent safety benefits.

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STANDARD OR LONG WHEELBASE

Standard Wheelbase (SWB) or Long Wheelbase (LWB), every XJ is the perfect environment for work or leisure. LWB models also feature over a metre of legroom and a unique 'limousine' ride with revised air suspension settings for even greater comfort.

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  • Mileage: 45,000
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Registration Date: 20/12/2013

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Personalising your Jaguar with accessories. Knowing you’re covered for an accident or breakdown. And keeping your car in showroom condition. It’s all part of our support.

XJ – THE STORY OF AN ICON

1968
XJ6 SERIES 1
1988
XJR-9
1990
XJR-15
1992
XJ220
2010
XJ PORTFOLIO
XJ6
MODEL
XJ6 SERIES 1
YEAR
1968

STORY OF AN ICON

Originally an experimental project, Sir William Lyons envisaged XJ as a saloon with the handling of an E-Type. Upon its launch at the 1968 Paris Motorshow, the critics agreed – naming it ‘Car of the Year’.
XJR-9
MODEL
XJR-9
YEAR
1988

STORY OF AN ICON

Incredible torque and supreme handling led XJR-9 to victory in the 1988 Le Mans – while stuck in fourth gear. It was Jaguar’s first Le Mans victory since 1957. Featuring a 7.0 litre V12 engine, XJR-9 is a prototype built in partnership with Tom Walkinshaw racing.
MODEL
XJR-15
YEAR
1990

STORY OF AN ICON

Produced by JaguarSport, a subsidiary of Jaguar and Tom Walkinshaw Racing, only 53 of the XJR-15 were ever made. Designed as a road-going racecar, the chassis is based on that of the Le Mans-winning XJR-9, paired with a slightly wider cockpit and higher roof to improve access.
XJ220
MODEL
XJ220
YEAR
1992

STORY OF AN ICON

Upon its launch, XJ220 boasted the highest speed of any production car ever built. Developed from a V12-engined, 4-wheel-drive concept, it was informally designed by a group of Jaguar employees in their spare time.
MODEL
XJ PORTFOLIO
YEAR
2010

STORY OF AN ICON

The arrival of the 2010 XJ saw a significant shift in design for a model that had been in production since 1968. Brazenly modern, 2010 XJ strikes a balance between impressive sportscar-like performance and a refined, comfortable drive.

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WLTP is the new official EU test used to calculate standardised fuel consumption and CO2 figures for passenger cars. It measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.