How bad did it get? Jaguar executives remember 1988 as the year product reliability went bonkers. Engine assembly and quality controls were so sloppy that variances among factory-fresh, in-line sixes wavered by as much as 40 horsepower. Or 18% of potential power. How good is it getting? Tighter manufacturing methods, reports Mike Dale, president of Jaguar Cars Inc., have resulted in s... Read full review for the 1993 Jaguar XJS
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