Daimler XJ40 4.0
1991 Daimler XJ40 4.0
Dejlig bil i god stand. Bilen kører som en drøm og er meget solid. Lakken og interiøret er i god stand. Den har soltag, fartpilot, lædersæder m.m.
Speedometer: 225.000 Km
Motor: 3980 ccm, 4.0L, I6
Motorkraft: 223 hk (166 kW)
Gearkasse: 3-trins automatisk
Topfart: 219 km/t (136 mph)
SAJD = Daimler
K = Daimler 6
A = Base Line
L = 4 Door Saloon
D = 4.0 Litre
4 = Automatic transmission and Left Hand Drive
A = XJ40
K = ? Emission
633751 = Production Serial Number
History of the 1987-1994 Jaguar XJ:
The Jaguar XJ (XJ40) is a luxury sedan manufactured by Jaguar Cars between 1987 and 1994.
Officially unveiled on 8 October 1986 it was an all-new redesign of the XJ to replace the Series III, although the two model ranges were sold concurrently until the Series III was discontinued in 1992. The XJ40 used the Jaguar independent rear suspension arrangement, and featured a number of technological enhancements (such as electronic instrument cluster).
The 1993 XJ6 earned the title of "Safest Car in Britain" as the result of a government survey. When the XJ40 was discontinued in 1994, it was followed by the X300 platform XJ.
The Daimler-branded cars represented the highest trim level, and were sold as their Vanden Plas model by Jaguar dealers in the United States. Like the Sovereign, it was fitted with the single rectangular headlamps. Cosmetically, it differed from other models with its fluted radiator grille surround, boot-lid plinth and detail finishes. A Daimler interior features fold-out picnic tables for the rear passengers and a 2-passenger rear seat versus the 'flat', 3-passenger item on the Jaguars.