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This stunning Jaguar XKR Convertible for sale at Dillybrook Classic Cars left the Jaguar factory in early 1999, it was destined for Japan, Tokyo to be exact under the custodianship of Jaguar Cars Tokyo.

First registered in Japan in March 1999 she led an extremely pampered life as you can see from the general condition. The owner cherished this XKR, it was not used everyday as a mean to get to and from work. It was his pride and joy used sparingly on hi-days and holidays.

Japan, especially Tokyo has a temperate climate, with fairly mild, sunny winters and hot, summers. … This climate is fantastic for preserving cars, couple this with no road salt means rust is never an issue on a Jaguar XKR Convertible from Japan.

This is not your normal 1999 Jaguar XKR Convertible, this is an exceptional low mileage example with a stunning colour combination presented in amazing condition and needs to be viewed to be truly appreciated.

  • 6 Months Warranty
  • ABS Brakes
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Central Locking
  • Cruise Control
  • Electric Drivers Seat
  • Electric Passengers Seat
  • Electric Roof
  • Electric Windows
  • Exceptional Condition
  • Heated Seats
  • Leather Trim
  • Metallic Paint
  • New MOT
  • Power Steering
  • Recent Service
  • Right Hand Drive
  • Service History
  • Walnut Trim
£13 995
Model XKR
Year 1999
Body Convertible
Mileage 50000mi
Engine 3996cc
Fuel type Petrol
Transmission Auto
Exterior Color Black
Interior Color Oatmeal


The Jaguar XKR Convertible was launched in 1996 to replace the Jaguar XJS designed by then Jaguar design director Geoff Lawson. It was available in two body styles – a three-door hatchback coupé and two-door convertible with both variations featuring 2+2 seating. The car was the first in the Jaguar line-up to use Jaguar’s newly developed 32-valve V8 engine – the AJ-V8 which had a displacement of 4.0-litre.

The Jaguar XK8 was joined by a more powerful Jaguar XKR Convertible in 1998. The Jaguar XKR featured a supercharged variation of the V8 engine rated at 276 kW (375 PS; 370 hp). The engine was shared with the XJR but featured a new intercooler and a two-piece driveshaft. The supercharger was manufactured by Eaton and displaced at 2.0-litre. It generated 11.9 pounds of boost pressure to contribute to the higher power output. Visual differences from the Jaguar XK8 included a rear spoiler, mesh front grille and hood louvres on the bonnet for improved airflow to the engine.

The Jaguar XK8 came standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, while 18-inch (standard on the Jaguar XKR), 19-inch, and 20-inch wheels were available for the Jaguar XK8 and Jaguar XKR at an additional cost. Jaguar’s Adaptive Cruise Control is an optional feature available on both models. Both models came with all-leather interior, burl walnut trim, and side airbags. Two interior configurations were offered; the sport configuration was aimed at young buyers and had a leather interior with cloth seats while the classic trim featured more amenities.

The ZF 5HP24 five-speed automatic transmission was coupled to the conventionally aspirated 4.0-litre model and a Mercedes W5A580 five-speed transmission to the supercharged version.

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