Jaguar XJR for Sale in Costa Mesa, CA

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$9,488 137,924 mi.

2007 Jaguar XJR

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  • Ext. Color: White
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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GLK350 Mercedes Best Deal ever !
by Ismail from Sun Valley, CA
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 5 (9 reviews)
I recently purchased a 2014 Mercedes Benz GLK350. This car came fully loaded and I got a great deal. They let me get it inspected at the mechanic of my choice (Coast BEnz) and I got a thumbs up. The transaction went smoothly and I was able to get my own financing from my credit union (schools first). I will definately be back for that AMG! Haha ! Thanks Mario !
Fantastic luxury yet powerful and fun to drive
by Mplstim from Minnesota
April 4, 2018
5
As i search for the right XJR, I've been test driving a variety of 2004-2007 XJRs and there is a big difference between those that are well maintained and those that are not. A well sorted one is supremely smooth and just plain fun to drive. "Spirited" driving on twisty roads with the supercharger whining and responsive, solid steering feel will put a grin on your face. Relaxed cruising is quiet, comfortable and silky smooth. The leather and wood trimmings are very stately. I'm finding the black interiors just seem to age better, but a very clean tan one impresses. Don't be surprised if headliners are saggy, they all seem to give way no matter what after 10 years. I plan to upgrade mine to the new suede-like fabrics. Also, look for upgrades to the air suspension struts as most need replacement around 100,000 miles. Arnott is a good name to look for and a replacement to all 4 corners is about $2500. Arnott struts have a lifetime guarantee so if it's done, you have no future worries. This is an amazing vehicle and I really recommend driving the normal XJ8 as well to feel and hear the difference the supercharger makes. The R is a different cat that will make you smile!!
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$15,500 92,000 mi.

2008 Jaguar XJR

  • Ext. Color: Red
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automanual
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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A terrific large performer
by Jaguar Enthusiast from Chicago, Illinois
March 6, 2008
5
When you look in todays car magazines, you don't see many comparisons with Jaguars. After recently acquiring a 2008 XJR, I cannot figure out why not. First, this car is very very quick. It has been tested for a 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds. Second, it is very comfortable, especially on those long trips I take through cold Chicago on a weekly basis. Third, this big car sips fuel, as I get 24 miles per gallon on the highway, and a respectable 18 in the city. The speed and fuel efficiency comes from Jaguar's aluminum structure, which makes it very lightweight. This means it drives better. When I through it into a corner hard, I feel like I am driving a small sports car. It has plenty of bells and whistles, not as many as a brutish S-Class Mercedes Benz, but still plenty. My XJR has navigation, TV monitors in the back seat, heated and cooled seating, as well as a heated steering wheel. The interior is just gorgeous, with beautiful beige leather with piping and walnut wood veneer. Of course, their are more contemporary styles available in this car too, but I am happy with my choice. I test dove two other cars, an Audi S8 and a used Mercedes Benz S63 AMG. The Audi was wonderful, and I have nothing against it. The problem was though, is that it cost 10k more than the fully loaded Jag. The Mercedes however, was a nightmare. I don't care if it can out sprint anything slower than a Ferrari. It was a enormous boat and couldn't handle to save its own dreadful fuel bill.(12 mpg) Also, the USED model I tested cost $114,900. Once you put every option on the Jaguar, it costs just shy of 90k. Not a bargain, but still a wonderful car. If you like this, my only other recommendation would be the Lamborghini powered Audi S8.
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