What we've got here is the gorgeous Jaguar E-Type, also called the XK-E in the United States. This 1969 Jaguar XK-E Coupe hails from the Series 2 generation that ran between 1968 and 1971, and the current owner reports that the car has received a total rebuild from its previous owner. With just 36,000 miles reported, it's a perfect piece for a classic car aficionado who enjoys driving as well as admiring.
Billed as the spiritual successor to the legendary E-Type by Jaguar themselves, the stunning F-Type debuted in 2013 and took the world by storm. Here was a proper grand tourer from the British marque that looked every bit as stunning and purposeful as the E-Type did five decades earlier. Ian Callum was the man responsible for the design, and suffice to say; he's done a spectacular job. Of course, this 2015 Jaguar F-Type P380 also has potent performance, and with 70,000 miles on the clock, you can tell that it's an enjoyable car to drive. Go on, buy it. You won't regret it.
A Jaguar E-Type is a car that needs no introduction when it comes to classic motoring. From the moment the E-Type was first unveiled in 1961, it was clear that this car was truly special. Ferrari famously called it "the most beautiful car ever made," and it's not hard to see why. The 2+2 variant of the E-Type, like the 1968 model, was a special edition that offered a bit more room in the back seat, making it a more practical choice for those who wanted a sports car that could double as a family car. This particular example of the 1968 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 is truly outstanding, having been restored to pristine condition. Whether you're a fan of classic cars or just someone who appreciates fine engineering and design, this 1968 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 will surely have you feeling exhilarated.
Jaguar debuted the E-Type in 1961 and soon earned the moniker "Sexiest Car Of The Year." Sporting a long and low silhouette unlike any other, Jaguar's flagship sports car is revered to this day. The E-Type would feature a revolutionary front subframe that carries the engine and is directly bolted onto the body tub. This starkly contrasted with the body-on-frame vehicles prevalent at the time and granted the sub-3,000lb E-Type 150mph performance. This pristine 1970 Jaguar E-Type Series 2 XK-E bears 33,837 miles on the odometer. It's a piece of automotive art and history and a worthy addition to any collection.
One of the most celebrated brands in the luxury motoring world is Jaguar cars. Jaguar has been in the business of producing luxury cars since 1922 with their first proper car produced in 1935. This luxury car manufacturer is highly regarded for its XJ series of cars. The first XJ to roll off the assembly line was the 1968 Jaguar XJ Series 1 as a mid-size luxury car. Up for sale is a truly majestic 1987 Jaguar XJ6 Vanden Plas with just 63,050 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Sunshine State, Florida.
In the world of automobiles, the British have contributed immensely. A certain brand that took British engineering to the world is Jaguar. Jaguar's roots date back to 1922, when it was founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company; throughout the decades, it has transformed into Jaguar Land Rover since 2013. The Jaguar E-Type, introduced in 1961, became a sensation with its sinuous form and matching performance. Its successor was the Jaguar XJ-S platform which was introduced in 1975. It was a luxury grand tourer with sweeping lines and class. If classic British cars luxury cars are your go-to, then this 1996 Jaguar XJ-S Convertible is for you, as it comes with just 43,400 miles on the odometer and is in excellent condition.
The quintessential British luxury sedan, the Jaguar XJ, has a long history dating back to 1968. It was the last Jaguar to be built under the auspices of Sir William Lyon, the brand's founder, and 'compromise' was not a word in the development team's dictionary. The XJ embodied the best of British luxury and engineering, and to find a more opulent car, you'd have to step into the Rolls-Royce and Bentley realm. This 2006 Jaguar XJ Super V8 Portfolio is from the X350 generation that ran between 2003 and 2007. This special edition Jaguar XJ had a limited production run with only 145 units imported into the U.S. It's got just 16,235 miles on the odometer and a host of luxury features to enjoy.
To some degree or another, British culture was considered sophisticated. This image of sophistication was supported by the British love for classy vehicles which combine elegance and performance. One of these British manufacturers, namely Jaguar Cars, was introduced in 1935 as a manufacturer of sidecars called Swallow Sidecar Company. Throughout its history, the manufacturer changed many hands until 2013, when it was bought by Tata Motors along with Land Rover and formed Jaguar Land Rover. The Jaguar S-Type was first introduced in 1963 as a luxury saloon car. Jaguar Land Rover revived the venerable nameplate in 1999 with the Jaguar S-Type luxury executive car this time. Up for grabs is a 2000 Jaguar S-Type in excellent condition with just 119,624 miles on the odometer and ready for a new home.
For the eyes of many classic auto enthusiasts, very few vehicles are prettier than the XK120 and XK140 Jaguars. The Jaguar XK140 is the successor to the XK120 and used the same basic architecture featuring few interior and exterior upgrades. Jaguar was still riding high from victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, so when the XK140 was ready to hit the market, Jaguar didn't think twice about using it as their selling point. It was introduced in 1954 as a 1955 model, making this 1955 Jaguar XK140 Drop head Coupe one of the debuting cars in the lineup. This gorgeous car has received an excellent full frame off restoration and has only 6,935 miles completed since then. Located in California, this eye-catcher is ideal to roll up to a fancy dinner party in style.
Jaguar is an icon for British engineering and is a car that is associated with aristocracy. That history and tradition continues to this date, and the automaker holds Royal Warrants allowing them to supply cars to the Royal Family. This 1961 Jaguar XK150 is a functioning piece of British automotive history and has been given a new lease on life after undergoing a complete restoration, undergoing a meticulous process. “I spent a lot of money on getting it restored, I can tell you that!” exclaimed the seller when reporting on the restoration. Having been brought back to its original condition, and reportedly having run only 200 miles since then, this beautiful automobile is available to be welcomed to a new home.
Jaguar’s XJS is arguably one of the British automaker’s most iconic models from history. Born as a grand tourer, this stately car has been driven by celebrities, and featured on film. The car’s most iconic feature is its flying buttress design at the rear, and one that remained untouched throughout the 19-year production run. Up for grabs here is a fine example of a 1993 Jaguar XJS Coupe that’s done a healthy 191,000 miles, but is said to run and drive beautifully by the seller. There’s been some work done on the car in the previous year, making it as fresh as possible and ready for the new owner to covet and enjoy.
The famous Jaguar XJS was getting long in the tooth by the mid-Nineties, and Jaguar needed a follow-up hit. Enter the XK, a sportier and more modern grand tourer. The XK would go on over two generations, before bowing out in 2013 to make space for the smaller F-Type. The second generation in particular is well-received, due to its more agile dynamic, enabled by all-aluminum construction, and wrapped in a stylish Ian Callum-penned body. This 2011 Jaguar XKR175 75th Anniversary Edition is special, as it’s one of just 175 cars exported to the US that was meant to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Jaguar. This one’s got just 18,500 miles reported, and combined with its rarity, is truly a jewel. Act fast, before it gets sold!
Jaguar’s most iconic model from the Seventies and Eighties is arguably the XJ full-size luxury sedan, but if you dig a little deeper, you might beg to differ. The Jaguar XJ-S, is one of the brand’s most iconic designs, featuring what’s known as ‘flying buttresses’ at the rear on coupe variants, coupled with the automaker’s finest engines at the time. It’s not a sports car or performance machine, but a grand tourer, a mile-muncher that was aimed at the well-heeled who wanted to cover long distances in style, comfort, and luxury. Produced over 21 years, the model would see a facelift in 1991, that also saw the name shortened to XJS. This 1994 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible is from the facelift era, and a late-model car that was manufactured just two years before production ended in 1996. If you’re a fan of the XJ-S/XJS, this is an example that’s not to be missed out on, as it’s got just 42,325 miles, and comes with two keys, original window sticker, books and manuals included in the sale.
Aspiring to be unique beyond anything else, the Jaguar XJ is one of the big jewels of their redesigned stable of automobiles. It boasts the extravagant looks of an Italian torpedo and driving characteristic of a German cruiser. Exactly why the XJ is privileged to gear for Buckingham Palace fleet duty. This is a luxury limo where various cultures meet in surprising ways. Sophisticated, powerful, and stately, the XJ lineup is Jaguars finest, being the largest and most luxurious sedan that they produce. Better yet, you can pick a Jaguar XJ or XJ L armed with a supercharger under its hood. We snagged this big cat, a gorgeous 2011 Jaguar XJ L with 82,000 miles on the clock that's looking for a new home. Reported to be recently serviced, you are basically getting a Jaguar XJ L out of the box. Here’s your chance to bathe in luxury and define your status with this Jaguar, or as Jeremy Clarkson refers to it, the JAAAG!
Jaguar debuted the stunning F-Type as the successor to the long-running XK sports car. Sporting a sharp outlook and the brand’s latest technology at the time, it was widely marketed as the spiritual successor to the legendary Sixties E-Type. The F-Type remains a well-received model from the British manufacturer, and this 2020 Jaguar F-Type P300 Coupe is a great example of one if you’re seeking as such. With just 12,500 miles on the clock, it’s a great way to own a practical sports car that can easily double up as a comfortable daily driver if you need just two seats, as well as a great grand tourer for longer trips where some mountain roads present an opportunity to enjoy the thrills on offer.
If you’re looking for something away from the standard German luxury saloons, then the Jaguar XJ from Great Britain is a prime example of a great alternative to the norm. The XJ series is Jaguar’s line of full-size luxury cars and has been in production since 1968. In 1970 it became Jaguar's flagship model and was the last model to receive input from Jaguar’s founder, Sir William Lyons. The fourth-generation Jaguar XJ was produced from 2010 to 2019, with elegant styling and a special focus towards creating a balance between a dynamic ride, and sublime comfort. It was available in two configurations: a standard wheelbase version (XJ), measuring 202 inches in length, and a long-wheelbase variant (XJL), measuring 207 inches. Up for grabs is a 2013 Jaguar XJL Portfolio with all-wheel drive and just 24,100 miles on the clock.
Jaguar is a luxury vehicle manufacturer located and founded in England in 1935. Throughout the decades’ Jaguar has produced some of the most iconic vehicles to hit the roads, such as the Jaguar XK120, Jaguar XK140, and the Jaguar E-Type. The first-generation Jaguar XF, an executive/luxury mid-size sports sedan car, was produced from 2007 to 2015. With its predecessor's success, the second-generation Jaguar XF started production in 2015. This 2012 Jaguar XF Portfolio is up for sale with just 78,000 miles on the odometer and is in excellent condition.
In 1975, Jaguar Cars introduced their pinnacle luxury grand tourer, and christened it the XJ-S, and it later became XJS. The XJS saw a long production run until 1996, when the XK8/XKR took over. In fact, the XJS was the two-door equivalent of the fine XJ luxury saloon. Whilst it was quite a swift seller during its heyday, a cared-for XJS is rather rarer today, which makes this 1990 Jaguar XJS Rouge a rather desirable option if quirky British grand tourers are your pick. Coming from Nevada, it’s got a relatively light 54,500 miles on it and is a convertible.
The XKR was Jaguar’s version of the perfect Grand Tourer. With a production run of over 15 years and two generations, it sure was one vehicle that could stun with its looks as well as tear up a track at the flick of a throttle. Picking the right Sunday drive car can be tough, that is until you've set your eyes on this lovely 2015 Jaguar XKR we have today. Located in Georgia and with just 58,500 miles on the clock, this British beauty is the perfect grand tourer with a few upgrades to make it better. If you want to own a stock Jaguar XKR the seller reports that all the original parts will be included in the sale.
When you think of the purest forms of motoring it's hard not to think of Grand Tourers. Back in the Seventies, British manufacturer Jaguar released the XJS, a grand tourer that took the world by storm and eventually became Jaguar's longest-running model due to its popularity. The XJS was truly a British legend and this 1986 Jaguar XJS is your chance to own one. Located in Florida this Jaguar is the perfect mix of luxury and performance thanks to a surprise that lies under the hood of this car. The car has reportedly been acquired from a private collection with the sale including build receipts and the owner’s manual as well.
The British have been in the automobile industry for ages, and have since established themselves as producers of some of the most luxurious brands to grace our roads. One of these brands is Jaguar, which had its roots set in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company. Fast-forward to 1961 and Jaguar unveiled one of their most desirable and audacious-looking cars, the Jaguar E-Type. Fun fact, the ‘90s singer E-Type selected said stage name as a tribute to a model he loved. What we have in store for you is a 1974 Jaguar E-Type Series III which had undergone a restoration lasting eight years and has just 34600 miles on the clock and 500 miles after the restoration and is available to be seen in the Sunshine State, Florida.
With the war over and people looking to spend their money on luxurious cars, one automotive brand lived up to the task well. Jaguar played a big part in the British automotive scene and gave their customers cars that very rarely matched in terms of performance and luxury. On the track, they were serious contenders whilst on the road their cars ferried passengers in class, style, and top-notch comfort. This 1954 Jaguar Mark VII is a fine example of the best the 1950s and Britain had to offer. Located in Florida and with just 82,869 miles on the clock, this can be your way of turning back the clock and reveling in true British engineering.
Jaguar’s XJ nameplate has been around since 1968. The brainchild of Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons and the last car he had direct input in prior to his death, the first generation ran for a grand total of 24 years, with two facelifts in between. Until 2003, it was a mid-size luxury car, becoming a full-size luxury car in 2003. In 2010, the X351 generation debuted, with a departure from the typical styling of the model. Sadly, the X351 was also the last generation, and the model was canceled come 2019. So, if you’d like to have a slice of British luxury that’s relatively modern, looks fantastic, and is a piece of history, consider this 2013 Jaguar XJL Portfolio AWD that we have on offer. Coming to you from Florida with just 23,350 miles, this car has reportedly been Jaguar serviced, and has received its 25,000-mile service early.
Introduced in 1935, Jaguar has been at the forefront of the sporty and luxury British automobile manufacturing scene. While originally founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company, they migrated to building vehicle bodies and down the line rebranded themselves as Jaguar Cars Limited. Jaguar vehicles are known for their exquisite craftsmanship and performance. One of the most celebrated Jaguars is the legendary Jaguar E-Type, which had a stupendous design and was faster than the equivalent of the time. Jaguar's F-Type is acclaimed as the E-Types spiritual successor. Introduced in 2013, the F-Type was produced as a luxury two-seater grand tourer with many advanced features and options. This listing is for a very special Jaguar F-Type, it is a 2017 Jaguar F-Type British Design Edition that features more goodies added to the list, and it comes with just 20,750 miles on the clock and is available to be seen in the Sunshine State, Florida.
Jaguar are typically renowned as a British manufacturer of luxurious and sporty sedans, as well as the F-Type two-door sports coupe and convertible. In response to the rising demand for SUVS across the globe, the brand responded in 2016 by releasing its first SUV, the F-Pace, which was formally announced at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. The F-Pace was subsequently named as the honorary winner of the 2017 World Car of the Year, as well as picking up the World Car Design of the Year award at the New York International Auto Show. This 2020 Jaguar F-Pace SVR is the top of the range model, with the most powerful engine on offer. It comes with only 15,608 miles on the clock and a clean Carfax report. When new, this car was stickered at $93,098.
Jaguar are a British car manufacturer known for manufacturing sporty compact sedans, coupes and convertibles, as well as the luxurious XJ sedan. The brand’s sporting heritage spans several decades and was thrust into the limelight in the Sixties with the gorgeous E-type (called the XK-E for the US market) that was a hero on the racetrack, as well as the silver screen. Since then, Jaguar have continued with a string of hits in the sports car arena. The F-type was conceived as the spiritual successor to the legendary E-type and took after the XK ended its 18-year production run that spanned two generations. This 2015 Jaguar F-Type R comes from Texas with 41,000 miles on the odometer.
Jaguar Cars were initially founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922, with their first car, the S. S. Jaguar 2 ½ in 1935. Jaguars initial mantra of “Value for money” production sports type vehicles such as the likes of the Jaguar XK120, Jaguar XK 140, Jaguar XK150 & the most famously known Jaguar E-Type continued with the 420. Fun fact, the Swedish musician ‘E-Type’ chose the name from his love of the car. On our list today is a left-hand driven, meticulously maintained 1967 Jaguar 420 in Sport Saloon trim powered by an original 4.2L 6-cylinder engine. This pristine 420’s build date is Jan. 19, 1967, with dispatch date being Feb. 8, 1967 from the original dealer: Jaguar Cars New York. This car is located in Florida with just three previous owners.
The Jaguar E-Type — or the XKE as it was commonly known in the North American market —started its life in 1961 and instantly became an icon of the motoring world. In production with various upgrades until 1975, the E-Type always has been a blend of beauty and performance. It was based on non-other than the 24 hours of Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-Type racing car. When the E-type was first introduced, Enzo Ferrari himself called it 'the most beautiful car ever made". It was also ranked first in the online list of the "World's 100 Most Beautiful Cars Of All Time" conducted by The Daily Telegraph. Carrying all this heritage and more, this stunning example of a 1973 Jaguar XKE E-Type SIII Roadster comes to you from Florida, with just 48659 miles on its clock. Originally being a Florida car, this particular specimen spent four years in Europe before returning to the states. This E-Type comes with the original owner's manual and was always garage kept.
The XJS is a British luxury grand tourer built from the late '70s until 1996 by British car manufacturer Jaguar cars. The Jaguar's unique look gave it quick popularity, and the XJS played a role in such hit TV and Film series such as The New Avengers and Return of The Saint. Production of the XJS lasted nearly 21 years, and a total of just over 115,000 of these magnificent machines were built. Our subject car, a final-year 1996 Jaguar XJS 2+2 Convertible, resides in California, awaiting its new owner.
The F-Type was designated the successor of the E-Type, and since it was put in production has done well to live up to its forefather’s credentials. This 2017 Jaguar F-type is the perfect example in which to explore how the British manufacturer set apart their creation from other sports cars in the segment. Taking a more GT-style route, the Jaguar F-Type prioritizes clean, timeless lines. With a dose of golf-bag practicality, it ensures that it’s more than just a pretty face. And with a 3-liter supercharged V6, the Jaguar F-Type still has the power to seize the moment when needed. Garage-kept and with 1 owner from new, this big cat could be the perfect example for the discerning buyer. It also comes with a clean Carfax report.