1994 Jaguar XJ6 from UK and Ireland


Fabulous and attractive!!



General Comments:

This car is super quick.

The seats are leather. The inside looks like a brand new car. Very clean inside. It has a 10 speaker system. Soft and very comfortable inside.

The body looks sexy and is well designed. The aerodynamics are in every inch of the car. The engine is supercharged.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 23rd August, 2005

5th Sep 2005, 23:13

The XJ6 1994 is not supercharged.

25th Nov 2005, 22:05

Nice review. I have a 94 XJ6 and it is fantastic. Thanks.

1994 Jaguar XJ6 XJ40/Series IV 4.0 Inline Six from North America


A big, grand, beautiful, fast, sporty, luxurious, and relatively affordable cruiser


Oxygen Sensor failure.

Various Bulbs blow out every couple of weeks.

Fore/aft power adjuster for passenger seat is faulty.

Some dash lights out, and it looks like it will be a lot of trouble to replace them.

Edge of passenger seat has wrinkled due to heat exposure, a common issue with these cars.

General Comments:

This has been a very worthy car for our family. It has been very reliable so far and we have had complete confidence in it on many long trips. This is my dad's car and I recently took it on a 600 mile trip where it performed flawlessly.

We were lucky enough to purchase this car from a certified Jaguar mechanic who replaced many important components prior to sale that are known to fail. These parts include: the rear differential (about $1200), head gasket, brake components, and all-new updated relays. He also had the remote entry/alarm system recoded which is a feature that often fails on Jaguars of this vintage.

If buying an XJ40 Jag, do avoid the '88-'91 years unless you find one that is just fantastic and treat yourself to a '93-'97 XJ6. '94 was the last and best year of the XJ40 body style and by the time ours was made, the electrical system had been converted to Bosch from Lucas and the engine increased in size and durability. One nice touch was that ours was recalled before we bought it and it now has the 2002 engine control module that allows fuel economy upward of 24-26 MPG. It still uses premium however.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 3rd August, 2004

25th Sep 2005, 21:48

Update: It is gone now! We sold the beautiful old girl. I miss it, but oddly enough, not that much. It was starting to need some things. These cars get quirky as they get older and we decided that we had had our fun and it was time to quit while we were still ahead. It will make a fine car for the new owner and I can now say that I have owned a Jaguar, and what an experience! I will own another someday.

29th Jan 2006, 20:07

We're about to sell our 1994 XJ6 and I can now say good riddance. It was an awesome car to drive, and I have never had such a smooth, quiet ride. However, the repair bills start adding up, and it isn't worth it. Driving a Jaguar certainly is a great experience. OWNING a Jaguar is not nearly so fun.

25th Oct 2006, 17:34

Yes, unfortunately these cars still had some frighteningly expensive parts. Ours was very reliable for the year that we had it, however the previous owner had put a lot of money into preventive maintenance. Ours was starting to need some things with the rear suspension, and other things were creeping up, so we decided to sell it while we were ahead. We sold it for about half of what we paid, which was not much, and came out happy that we had a year of trouble-free Jag ownership. Also, we probably put about 30,000 miles on the car in that year because we loved it SO much and drove it EVERYWHERE!!!

1994 Jaguar XJ6 Sport 3.2 from UK and Ireland


I love it!


Oil pressure gauge and oil light failed, giving a worrying "no oil pressure" indication at 130 MPH (on the autobahn of course. This was obviously a gauge failure (oil pressure gauge and warning light are linked), apart from that, not a thing. Not bad for a car that has now done 117,000 miles.

General Comments:

What a tool!! I got rid of my spectacularly unreliable (but very fast) Mitsi 300 GTO for £7000.00 and bought this beauty instead. In British Racing Green it is an absolutely stunning car and has the performance to match. I would rate it as fast as the GTO (once its got above the relatively sluggish slog to 30 MPH) but it looks a million dollars.

The only down side is that I bought the model without traction control and in the wet (being rear wheel drive and auto) this beast will punish you if you floor it. I have had it sideways twice now, not through bad driving, simply through a bit of over acceleration when the road is slippy. There are a lot of horses under that big nose and they will bite if you don't respect them.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 11th September, 2002

1994 Jaguar XJ6 Sport 3.2 petrol from UK and Ireland


Driving champagne for the price of Lemonade


Digital clock faulty.

Oil leak.

Both the above where immediately rectified by dealer, common fault with clock, oil leak was only a damaged O ring when new oil filter was replaced.

General Comments:

Very quick with great comfort, handles well, looks stunning in British Racing Green.

Poor boot space and rear leg room.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 7th August, 2002