You can pick up a late 2000s Jaguar XJ, which would have been about £60K a few years ago, for under £10K today. So if you’d like to look like the Prime Minister when you turn up to a meeting, here’s your car.
The 2004-2009 models (called the X350 and X351, if you’re interested) featured an advanced aluminium body, which kept weight down and makes it impervious to the rust which afflicts older Jaguars.
These cars were heavily criticised when new for looking little different to the previous models and appearing dated compared to the latest rivals from Mercedes-Benz and BMW, but today that’s less of an issue since they’re not new anymore anyway.
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