2007 Jaguar XK 4.2 Convertible (X150)

Only 28,800 miles from new with four services to date, the last only 700 miles ago; personalised number plate; very clean and tidy throughout

Styled by Ian Callum, the X150 version of the Jaguar XK8 came out in 2005 as a Coupe, the Convertible being added in 2006. Made entirely of aluminium, it was powered by a 4.2 V8 mated to six-speed automatic transmission with sport mode and paddle shift for faster gear changes when required. Producing 296bhp and 310lb/ft it could sprint to 60mph in 5.4 seconds with a top speed limited to 155mph.

Supplied new by Jaguar Cars Ltd of Browns Lane, Coventry, in April 2007, this XK8 4.2 Convertible has covered 28,754 miles from new with a good service history comprising four stamps in the book, the last at 28,099 miles in May 2021 when the front brake pads were also renewed and the air con was regassed.

Finished in silver with a cream hide interior and a brown soft top, it looks extremely clean and tidy with the electric hood functioning as it should. It is packed full of all the usual XK luxuries including keyless entry, push button start, parking sensors, heated seats and steering wheel, touch-screen information displays and satnav, adaptive cruise control etc.

Supplied with all its original handbooks and a personalised number plate, it has an MOT until July 2023 with no advisories recorded. Starting instantly and running beautifully as we have moved it around on site, it would have cost over £62,000 new and looks great value at the guide price suggested.

For more information contact James on 07970 309907 or email [email protected]

Reg No: K55KBJ
Chassis Number: SAJAC44P775B17585
Engine Number: 07022116335G
Engine Size: 4196cc
Docs: V5C; MOT July 2023 with no advisories; one old MOT; handbooks and service book with 4 stamps

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

Estimate: £17,000-19,000

Lot 100

Lot ended

Wednesday 14/09/2022

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