Jaguar New XK 2005 to 2014 (Essential Buyer's Guide) (Paperback)
Veloce Publishing, 9781845848064, 64pp.
Publication Date: September 15, 2015
The technically advanced, aluminium bodied New XK models carried over very little from the previous models. Produced from 2006 to 2014, they proved to be one of the best sports models produced by Jaguar. Still no replacement has been planned by the marque, meaning these cars will be much sought after, and meaning you'll need expert advice if you're thinking of purchasing one.
For anyone with an interest in, or who's thinking of buying one of these already classic cars, this Essential Buyer's Guide is a vital requirement. Covering all variants, and highlighting model differences, it shows how equipment levels or colour schemes affect can affect price. Detailing everything from what to look for when you first see a car, to in-depth evaluation, even such matters as where to buy and what paperwork to check is covered, along with dedicated sections listing model specifications, where to go for advice, and marque specialists.
About the Author
Nigel Thorley has been involved with Jaguars all his life, having owned seventy-five at the time of writing. His first Jaguar came at the age of eighteen, and he has owned most models over the years (currently a 5.0-liter XK Portfolio convertible, an XJ saloon, and a Mark X). Nigel has written more than twenty titles on the marque. He is a founder member and director of the Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club and has edited its magazine, Jaguar Enthusiast, since 1984. He has also written about Jaguar for many other forms of media.
Praise For Jaguar New XK 2005 to 2014 (Essential Buyer's Guide)…
"Small enough to fit in the glove box, yet containing every scrap of information needed, anyone considering buying an X150 should get this book first." - Jaguar World
"a handy little book ... Author Thorley's advice comes from years of experience with Jags, too." - Auto Express
"an excellent compact reference for tracking down the right model and specification to cherish" - Classic Car Weekly