1990 Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible
|Performance:||V12 Fuel-Injected 5.3 Liter Engine|
|Transmission:||3 Speed Automatic|
|Color exterior:||Signal Red|
|Color interior:||Tan (with Black top)|
|Features:||Bonnet Leaper, Sony AM/FM/CD radio, trunk-mounted rear Spoiler with hole for aerial antannae, Driving lights|
|Wheels:||Factory Wire Wheels|
|Brakes:||Vented Discs at the front, and Discs at the rear|
(SOLD) This Jaguar XJS convertible stands in well-preserved condition and was always cared for. It is dressed in its original Signal Red exterior over a tan leather interior. The XJS is powered by a 5.3-liter V12 fuel-injected engine and 3-speed automatic transmission. It's loaded with a number of powered factory options as well, including air conditioning, power steering and brakes, front driving lights, flared wheel arches, power tinted windows and door locks, dual door-mounted remote-control mirrors, and an electric top with boot cover and storage bag. On the inside, the XJS features powered bucket seats, walnut trim inlaid with contrasting matching wood inserts, leather upholstery, storage box, stereo system, driver airbag, traction control, rear defogger, intermittent wipers and cruise control. The convertible sits upon a set of wire wheels with driving lights, rear spoiler with hole for power antenna, and factory gold and silver wheels. This example runs and drives well, has been recently serviced and is ready to be driven. CARFAX shows Not Actual Mileage title issued on 11/15/1999.
The XJS, a luxury grand tourer, was produced from 1976 to 1996. It superseded the E-Type (also known as XKE) in September 1975, and was based on the XJ saloon. It had been developed as the XK-F, though it was very different in character from its predecessor. Although it never had quite the same sporting image, the XJS was a true grand tourer aimed more at comfort and cruising, than spirited driving.