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Video: 2010 Jaguar XJ Teaser Video: 2010 Jaguar XJ Teaser

An all-new Jaguar XJ will make its public debut this July – and today saw the preview and release of first information on this breathtaking new Jaguar.

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2009 Jaguar XJ Revised 2009 Jaguar XJ Revised

Jaguar has revised the line-up of the award-winning XJ, offering customers even better value-for-money with a host of additional features now offered at no extra cost. UK Managing Director, Geoff Cousins, said: "The latest Jaguar XJ already benefits from stronger exterior styling for a more assertive and sporting appearance, significant improvements to the interior, and the latest intuitive in-car technology. "Recent improvements to the interior include an all-new seat design...

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2010 Jaguar XJ, a new beginning. 2010 Jaguar XJ, a new beginning.

Since its launch in 1968 the Jaguar XJ has always had a traditional 3 box sedan design. However with the next generation model, due in 2010, the big Jaguar will undergo its biggest design shift in 30 years.

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New Look XJ For 2008 Model Year - (Australia) New Look XJ For 2008 Model Year - (Australia)

The 2008 Model Year XJ has once again raised the standard for luxury cars offering customers a range of visual changes, technological advances and additional features on all models.

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Jaguar Announces The New XJR Portfolio - (Australia) Jaguar Announces The New XJR Portfolio - (Australia)

The flagship of the Jaguar range, the XJ continues to be respected and admired by customers throughout the world. Now Jaguar reveals the most powerful and exclusive XJ in the line up- the XJR Portfolio.

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Jaguar XJ6D 2.7 Litre Twin-Turbo Launched - (Australia) Jaguar XJ6D 2.7 Litre Twin-Turbo Launched - (Australia)

The introduction of the 2.7 litre twin-turbo Diesel to the XJ range marks a significant development for Jaguar's flagship model. Following on from the highly successful introduction of a diesel engine to the S-TYPE model range, the new XJ 2.7 twin-turbo Diesel means Jaguar can meet the increasing demand for diesel-engined cars in the marketplace.

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