Sold for £28,125
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: F3 ACA
Chassis No: SAJAC43R9AMB37644
Motor Car Location: Helensburgh
Introduced at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show, the second-generation Jaguar XK range (codenamed X150) was styled by Ian Callum. Deliberately evoking the E-Type via its oval grille, speeding teardrop glasshouse and muscular haunches, the newcomer featured bonded / riveted aluminium construction, all-round independent suspension, power steering and four-wheel disc brakes. Powered by a supercharged 4.2 litre V8 engine developing some 420bhp and 413lbft of torque, the range topping XKR variant was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 4.9 seconds and 155mph (limited). The standard fit six-speed automatic transmission could either be left to its own devices or made to swap cogs by the steering wheel mounted paddle shifts. A rival to the Porsche 911 (997) and Mercedes-Benz SL (R230), the Jaguar (X150) XK / XKR remained in production until 2014 by which time a mere 54,000 had been sold (compared to 212,704 Porsche 997s and 169,443 Mercedes-Benz R230s).
This example was manufactured in 2010, being first UK registered in April that year. Fitted with the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine with a six-speed ZF automatic gearbox, the Jaguar is presented for sale with the cherished registration number ‘F3 ACA’. Finished in the colour combination of Silver with Cream leather interior upholstery, the XKR has covered only 14,090 miles from new at time of consignment, across a total of only three owners.
Offered with the original book pack comprising Owners Handbook; Quick Start Guide; Warranty Leaflet and Service Book, which are presented in the Jaguar wallet. The Service Book shows a total of nine service stamps, with one further accompanying service invoice and the service history breakdown is presented below. The Jaguar furthermore benefits from having been provided with new front brake flexi-hoses, new tyres and refurbished alloys in 2020.
2011 – Jaguar Stratstone (2,287 miles)
2012 – Jaguar Stratstone (4,799 miles)
2013 – Jaguar Stratstone (6,918 miles)
2014 – Jaguar Stratstone (8,327 miles)
2015 – Jaguar Stratstone (9,908 miles)
2016 – Jaguar Stratstone (10,868 miles)
2017 – Jaguar Stratstone (11,674 miles)
2018 – Park’s Jaguar (12,104 miles)
2019 – Park’s Jaguar (13,293 miles)
2020 – Taggarts Jaguar (13,991 miles)
Vendor Condition Ratings:
Electrical Equipment: 'Excellent’
Interior Trim: 'Excellent’
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