|Sale by dealer or Private party?||Dealer|
|Mileage (kms)||65,889-kms (40k-miles)|
|Motor||4.2-liter Supercharged V8|
|Exterior Color||Porcelain White|
|Seller reported accidents||No|
This is a 2008 Jaguar XKR finished in Porcelain White (paint code #2023) over a Caramel leather interior. This XKR is powered by a 4.2-liter supercharged V8 paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. This second generation XKR was produced by the British automaker from 2006 to 2014. The seller has had the vehicle in their inventory since May of this year and added less than 500 kms in that time - the odometer currently reads approximately 65K-kms. This Jaguar is currently registered in Alberta with a clean and (Normal) status. The Carfax located in the gallery shows continual servicing and no accidents. This 2008 XKR was purchased new in Quebec before being transported to Alberta. A 3-month or 5000 km limited warranty is available to the buyer free of charge, and a 36 month or 60,000 km warranty is available for additional cost. The seller is also offering paint protection film, ceramic coating, or full detailing on the car for an additional cost.
For US bidders, this XKR is importable after a compliance letter from Jaguar Cars has been obtained. If the highest and winning bidder is US-based, the seller will acquire this letter. For more information on transport within Canada and import to the USA, please visit our Transport/Import page here.
Shaped like a torpedo, with a smooth continuous roofline, this iconic English coupe is 189 inches long, 75 inches wide, and 52 inches high, with a 108 inch wheelbase. It has a lightweight, aluminium body with a curb weight of 3,671 lbs and a weight distribution of 54/46, front to rear. “Supercharged” is written on the twin hood vents. It has a plastic matrix grille with an aluminium finish, centred by the Jaguar roaring cat emblem. There is a slight chip in the front bumper, pictured in the gallery. The XKR has striking headlights, with ridged contours and a metallic finish to the housings that makes them quite spectacular; the same metallic black plastic makes up the side view mirror arms, which are otherwise body coloured heated and power adjustable units. Chrome Jaguar badging appears on the fenders, with XK and R lettering in chrome on the trunk gate, and quad chrome-tipped exhaust outlets out the back. The side window bezels, fender accents, and Jaguar embossment on the trunk are made with bright aluminium. Some hairline cracks in the rear bumper are noted by the seller and visible in the gallery. This XKR rides on 19” Jaguar badged wheels, wrapped in Michelin Sport all season tires, 245/40ZR19 at the front and 275/35ZR19 at the rear. Some curb rash is present and pictured in the gallery.
The interior cabin of this Jaguar XKR seats four passengers. The seats, doors, dash, and arm rest are upholstered in soft grain Caramel coloured leather. Semi-gloss burled walnut wood trim accents the doors, dash, centre console, and shifter. The headliner and pillars are finished with an Alston faux suede. The centre console contains a touch-screen LCD display with an anti-glare finish. The L-gate shifter and steering wheel bear the R logo; and the wheel is leather-wrapped with faux-weave aluminium spokes. Behind it, another LCD display providing trip information, with a 280 km/hr speedometer to its left and a 7K rpm tachometer to the right. The front seats are heated and 16-way power adjustable with 3 memory settings, due to a $2,500 Luxury Package upgrade, which also provided the car with its heated steering wheel, leather-wrapped shifter, folding mirrors, and soft-grain leather throughout. The foot pedals are polished steel, a characteristic unique to the supercharged XKR. Standard features include GPS navigation, air conditioning, an anti-theft alarm, bluetooth connectivity, and rear parking sensors.
This RWD Jaguar XKR is powered by a 4.2-liter Eaton supercharged DOHC 32-valve V8 paired to a ZF 6-speed automatic transmission. This is rated at 420 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 413 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm when new, and has a claimed zero-to-60 mph of 4.9 seconds. The XKR uses servo-controlled exhaust baffling, and firmer springs and shock absorbers than are present on the XK, for especially grounded, balanced handling. The adaptive suspension was recalibrated at the factory for the new spring and shock rates in order to control body roll. Recent work includes having front lower forward control arms installed, and a rear left differential seal installed.