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Jaguar has always represented a certain elegance and style that is unique to them. This brand started out in the United Kingdom, and found a niche with the British upper class looking for old world luxury. In 1922, the company began as the Swallow Sidecar Company. Its originators, Bill Lyons and William Walmsley, produced a successful line of aluminum motorcycle sidecars. When Swallow switched its focus to automobile production, the name changed to SS Cars Ltd. in 1933. The first vehicle was the SS Jaguar 100, produced in 1935. The Jaguar name came about after WWII, as they strived to get away from any association with the Nazis (which had the same initials). Mark V. was a luxury sedan made in 1948, as was the XK 120, a sports car that was held the title of fastest production automobile of its day. This vehicle did a big job in making Jaguar an established name. The United States first got a taste of Jaguars in the ‘50s, as they actually created a vehicle just for the American consumer. It was called the Mark VII Saloon and was an instant hit. Jaguar eventually added the Mark VIII and Mark IX to its lineup. One of Jags most famous models, the E-type coupe, (known in U.S. as XK-E) was rolled out in the 1960s. This vehicle had style and just as good performance. Jaguar’s success rested on not only premier quality, but also the popular trend of the British in the U.S., such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Americans wanted to get their hands on anything to do with this country. The automaker kept releasing more vehicles over the decade. Performance came to a whole new level for Jaguar, as they launched the XJ-S HE and a true world super-car, the XJ220. However, competition began to grow, and the executives of the company came to a solution with a partnership, in 1990 Jaguar was bought out by Ford. There was an influence of Ford for the next few productions, the XK8 and supercharged XKR sports cars. Jaguar also introduced a lower priced, entry luxury vehicle, the X-Type. This model was not successful, though, as the quality of it did not hold up to Jaguar standards. Jaguar had always prided itself on old world style vehicles, yet other automakers were going in the opposite direction, with high tech, modern designs. This brought the company further down in finances, and in 2008, when Ford was unable to deal with the low sales; Jaguar and Land Rover were sold to Tata, an Indian manufacturer. Since, positive signs for the company have been seen, like the release of new cars, the XK and XF, a balance of British ancestry and cutting edge design.

Utah Used Jaguar Cars

Jaguar has been under the ownership of other automakers, but Jaguar cars will always bear the unmistakable gleam of traditional English refinement. The 2004 Jaguar XJ is a luxury sedan that is fast, safe, roomy on the inside and more fuel efficient then previous years. Any used car buyer searching for a taste of luxury can find it in this vehicle. The fuel economy is 28 mpg Hwy, and 18 mpg City, and this used car takes premium unleaded fuel. It comes in three trims: the XJ8, the Vanden Plus, and the XJR. These used luxury cars are 100% Jag. Somehow the company designers have found a balance between both sleek and big. This is truly a beautiful car; the XJ was produced for thirty five years, so a search for this used car should come up with some good options. The retail for these starts at $18,725.