XJR 100

4.0 Liter Supercharged V8

52,000 Miles
Body Style: 4 Door
Exterior: Anthracite
Interior: Charcoal

The 2002 Jaguar XJR-100 was produced to honor the 100th anniversary of the birth of Jaguar founder Sir William Lyon’s. It was the top of the line Jaguar sedan and had a MSRP of more than $85,000. The Jaguar XJR-100 offered the highest level of performance, style and exclusivity. The car has the powerful 370 hp supercharged V8, backed by a 5-speed automatic. The XJR “100” came with numerous upgrades of the standard car including larger disc brakes with 6-piston calipers, 19 inch BBS rims at the corners, blacked-out exterior trim, Anthracite black paint and a special leather interior. With just 500 built worldwide, the XJR 100 is a rare car indeed! It was only available in only one color combination: Anthracite over Warm Charcoal leather with contrasting red double stitching. The driver’s seat is 12-way power adjustable, and the front and rear seats are heated. Dark bird’s-eye maple wood trim and “XJR 100” markings on the front and rear tread plates round out the XJR 100 package; it added nearly $7,000 over the price of a standard XJR. The 2002 XJR-100 on offer here has only 52,120 miles, has been well maintained and may be one of the nicest on the market. The original Black Anthracite (PED) finish shows well with great shine and luster. Likewise, black leather interior with red top stitching is in wonderful condition with little wear and supple leather; the wood veneers are lovely. All ten matching body-panel VIN tags are present. All systems work as they should and the AC blows cold. The car just received new brakes including pads and rotors as well as belts and fluids.

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