Little things mean a lot. In the fiercely competitive luxury car market, automakers must keep themselves attuned to the finest details, for in this league the buyers are especially discerning. Two cars see minor changes that make for a big difference in their make-up. The Mercedes Benz E-Class gets an 8-cylinder option, while Jaguar's XJ6 gets a long-wheelbase version of its venerable ... Read full review for the 1997 Jaguar XJ 6
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I bought my 97 xj6 salvaged with front quarter panel damage with only 158k miles, it has never let me down in the time I have owned it. It is the most comfortable car i have ever been in and has a won... Read Full Review
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