1996 Jaguar

XJS 2+2 Convertible



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1996 Jaguar

XJS 2+2 Convertible

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Since the first half of the 20th century, Jaguar has been synonymous with elegant and powerful grand-touring roadsters, with the XJS carrying the torch between 1975 and 1996. This final-year 2+2 Convertible is finished in White over Biscuit leather upholstery with 80,975 miles, and has reportedly been maintained in factory specification aside from an updated stereo. There were relatively few XJS models built during the last model year, making this reasonable-mileage late-build example a rare find today!

Vehicle Information

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LocationEldersburg, Maryland 21784
VIN / ChassisSAJNX2746TC226148
Mileage80,975 Miles
Engine4.0L Inline-Six
Transmission4-Speed Automatic
Exterior ColorWhite
Interior ColorBiscuit
Title StatusClean (Maryland)

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Vehicle History & Overview

This 1996 Jaguar XJS 2+2 Convertible comes from the final year of model production and is finished in White over Biscuit leather upholstery with 80,975 miles. According to the included clean Carfax history report, this car was sold new in Michigan in June 1996, and has since spent time in Missouri, Florida, South Carolina, and Maryland, where it resides today.

Described by the selling dealer as stock aside from an aftermarket stereo head-unit, power comes from a naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. Factory equipment includes 16” wheels, a power convertible top, power front seats, air conditioning, cruise control, and more. This XJS is now offered with a clean Maryland title.


  • 16” five-spoke alloy wheels

  • Power convertible top

  • Power front seats

  • Power windows and mirrors

  • Air conditioning

  • Cruise control

  • 4.0L inline six-cylinder engine

    • Factory-rated at 237 horsepower and 282 lb-ft of torque

  • Four-speed automatic transmission


  • Aftermarket stereo head-unit


  • The selling dealer notes exterior paint chips and flaws commensurate with age/mileage

  • Missing chrome driver-side headlight washer housing

  • Repaired crack in driver-side lower front bumper lip

  • Some curb marks on wheels

  • Some loose upholstery such as the door card map pockets and center armrest

  • General seat upholstery wear commensurate with age/mileage

  • Interior wood trim shows areas of cracking/fading

  • As with any pre-owned vehicle, additional imperfections may exist. It is the buyer's responsibility to review all information and perform due diligence prior to bidding.

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