2005 Jaguar X-Type 2.0D SE

No Reserve

Tidy, three owner (mother and son for the last 16 years) example showing just 49,300 miles with the economic 2.0 diesel engine and manual 'box on offer at No Reserve

Supplied new by Guy Salmon Jaguar Ltd of Surrey to Leaseplan UK Limited in May 2005, this smart X-Type Jaguar comes to us finished in light metallic blue and looks to be in appealingly stock form, sat upon its original seven-spoke alloy wheels. From 2006 to 2019 it had one lady owner, her son then taking ownership.

Showing just 49,300 miles, this X-Type is powered by the economic 2.0 ZSD-420 four-cylinder diesel engine sourced from Ford and producing 126Bhp and 331NM of torque.  Power goes to the front wheels via five-speed manual transmission.

Inside, we find we find the typical cabin of the X-Type with leather, wood trim and air conditioning, as well as electric windows, seats and radio/CD player.

The history file includes the V5C confirming just two former keepers, the owner’s pack and service book revealing 13 stamps, the last in July 2021 at 49,246 miles by Ray Attwood Motor Repairs who has maintained the car for the last five services since 2014, prior to that it was all Jaguar main dealers.

In addition, we find 12 old MOTs, the current MOT valid until July 2023 recording just one minor advisory and a selection of routine maintenance and parts invoices for the annual service work undertaken.

Ready to be enjoyed, its unusual to find a tidy, low mileage, low owner X-Type and its on offer at No Reserve so the highest bid takes it away.

For more information contact - [email protected]

Reg No: LC05GZH
Chassis Number: SAJAH511856E66480
Engine Number: 0505130145536G
Engine Size: 1988
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 13 stamps; invoices; 12 old MOTs; MOT July 2023 with 1 advisory

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

Lot 161

Lot ended

Wednesday 14/09/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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