For the better part of four decades, the Jaguar XJ Series was a reliable leader in the luxury sedan market. From 1968-2010, the XJ offered the same classic, timeless design, remaining dedicated to the creation of class and luxury. This all changed in 2011. While maintaining an emphasis on luxury, the new models were reengineered to offer more contemporary styling.
For whatever it is you are looking for in a luxury car, the Jaguar XJ Series is built to deliver. Engineered to compete with the premier sedans on the market, this timeless car offers some serious used car appeal. In 2011, in its fourth generation, the XJ Series had undergone the first dramatic redesign in its 40-plus year history. Sleeker, lighter and more responsive, these new luxury sedans are helping to reinvent the Jaguar image. In 2004, with its new all-aluminum chassis, the third generation XJ Series was considerably lighter and stiffer than the previous model. The second generation redesign featured angular exterior body styling, complemented by improved handling and increased engine size. Debuting in 1968, the first generation XJ was so popular that its design remained virtually unchanged for the next twenty years.
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