1994 Jaguar XJS 2+2 Convertible
|Performance:||4.0 liter, 6 cylinder, Fuel Injection|
|Transmission:||ZF 4 Speed Automatic with Sport and Normal modes|
|Color exterior:||British Racing Green|
|Mileage:||17,163 original miles|
|Wheels:||Factory Aluminum Chrome|
|Tires:||Goodyear Eagle 235/60ZR/15|
|Brakes:||Four wheel Disc Brakes|
(SOLD) This beautiful, unmolested, one-owner Jaguar XJS Convertible is in very good original condition and has been well maintained and garage kept throughout the course of it's life. The British Racing Green exterior over Barley leather seats creates an elegant color combination, with wood grain accents throughout further complimenting an already impressive example. The XJS has been recently serviced by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase, and includes a number of desirable options including power seats with driver memory, remote entry, a full size spare, cruise control, 2+2 seating, a power folding roof with a heated glass rear window, and central power locking. The XJS also includes a clean CarFax, illustrating no accidents or damage on the vehicle, and retains it's original window sticker, books and manuals. This XJS 2+2 would serve well as a fantastic daily driver that is perfect for a comfortable drive along your favorite road or highway, or simply as another great example to add to your existing Jaguar collection. We have seen a renewed interest in numerous XJ series models as of late, so don't miss this opportunity to acquire a stunning, low-mileage example!
In 1992, a 4.0-liter convertible was added to the range. At the same time the car benefited from a revision to the rear brakes, they were now fitted with outboard rear disc brakes, instead of the more complicated inboard items on previous models. A 2+2 convertible was also introduced, as was a customized insignia line. At the same time the car received more aerodynamic front and rear bumpers. Facelift (post-1991) XJS convertible; note revised rear lights. In April 1994, substantial revisions were made to the 4.0-liter AJ6 engine which became the 4.0-liter AJ16 with coil-on-plug ignition.