2013 Jaguar XF S Portfolio Sportbrake 3.0

Two owner car; huge spec; 116k; 275bhp 3.0 diesel; very sharp; lots of service history

Purchased by the vendor in 2015 from its first owner, this technical tour-de-force has covered some 116,000 miles and has been properly serviced throughout its life.

Supplied new through Paragon Fleet Solutions, it had its PDI at just five miles and was then serviced every year bar 2018 and 2022. The services fell at 12,405 miles, 15,239 miles, 27,163 miles, 37,608 miles, 69,858 miles, 85,471 miles, 100,522 miles and 113, 186 miles (in December last year).

It had a new cambelt fitted at 100,522 miles in March 2021, during its £1,700 service.

The no advisory MOT is current until October 2022 and the car has been much appreciated and well cared-for by a Jaguar enthusiast for the last seven years.

Fitted with every known gadget available, the Portfolio model boasts big alloys and two-tone leather electric seats, as well as the usual Nav info system, monster sound system, mulit-mode auto and push start. Being the Sportbrake model, there is also enough room for the kids and the dog in the back.

The 3.0-litre Turbo V6 Diesel is both economical and fruity, with 275bhp and a mountain of torque on tap. Although it was £52,000 new, its first owner took the brunt of the depreciation and it is available at a fraction of its original purchase price today so who's the winner now??

Coming to us from an excellent private home (one of Brightwells suppliers in fact), there is everything to like about this fabulous machine.

For more information - contact [email protected]

Reg No: OY63UWX
Chassis Number: SAJAC0323DNU08947
Engine Number: 0775555306DT
Engine Size: 2993
Docs: V5C: MOT Oct 2022, printed Jaguar online service record (9 services); handbook

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £9,750-10,750

Lot 98

Lot ended

Wednesday 22/06/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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