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2008 Jaguar XF Diesel 2.7 Litre

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Engine Code : AJD7G

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2003 Jaguar S-Type 2.5 Litre

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Engine Code : AJ25

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Jaguar Engine History

  • 1922 : In Blackpool, England, two young motorcycle enthusiasts, William Lyons and William Walmsley, set up the Swallow Sidecar Company On September 4, to manufacture sidecars for motorcycles. The company continued to create sidecars until the advent of WWII.
  • 1926 : The company made the small Austin Seven, a "people's car" of rather Spartan design. At this position the company changed its name to the Swallow Sidecar and Coach building Co. and moved to a bigger manufacturing space. There it created custom bodies for such cars as Morris, Fiat, Wolseley, Swift, and Standard.
  • 1931 : The Company's first car, the SS1, was supported on a Standard six-cylinder engine and a modified Standard chassis. It was introduce to the public at a London exhibition. The minor SS2 had a four-cylinder engine. In appearance the larger SS1 was a extended, small car with a short passenger compartment, wire wheels, and a luggage boot with a spare tire at the rear. Its costly appearance belied its outstanding monetary value.
  • 1933 : The name of the company was modifying to SS Cars Ltd. with Lyons becoming managing director. He purchased his partner out.
  • 1934 : Harry Weslake, regarded as one of the industry's top engine experts, attached the company. His new cylinder head with OHV valve arrangement was quite dependable.
  • 1935 : The name Jaguar was used for the first time. Also William Heynes connected the company as chief engineer.
  • 1946 : In addition to upgraded the older models, Lyons established a new sports car, the XK 120, which was encouraged by the BMW 328 model and fitted with a six-cylinder x 2 OHC engine with a capacity of 3442 cc.
  • 1948 : Jaguar launched the fastest automobile at the Earls Court Motor Show, the XK 120 Roadster with an assumed top speed of 120 mph, superb road holding and styling plus a smooth drive.
  • 1951 : The XK 120 Fixed Head Coupe was produced at the Geneva Motor Show. This travling car was improved trimmed with a veneer dashboard, and wind-up door windows.
  • 1953 : The XK 120 Drophead car was produced with a fully-trimmed changeable hood. The XK 120 confirmed to be a super competition car.
  • 1954 : The XK 140 included rack-and-pinion steering, larger bumpers, extra chrome, a cast grill, and 190 hp. The XK 140 also had room for little children behind the seat.
  • 1955 : Jaguar needed to make stronger position by introducing a car that could be sold at home and to a larger market. Thus, the Jaguar MK I was introduced at the Motor Show.
  • 1957 : The Jaguar XK 150 came in with a low roar because the XK design was looking slightly outdated. The vehicle was designed to fill their manufactured goods gap and to request to the home market. This Jaguar was of monococoque creation which in itself was new for the company.
  • 1960 : Daimler was purchased by Jaguar.
  • 1966 : Sir William Lyons stepped down as Managing Director of the Jaguar Group, but he continued Chairman and Chief Executive. Grice and England became combined managing directors.
  • 1967 : The Jaguar MK II evolved as an instant achievement with a much bigger glass area and a redecorate dash. Leather seats were fixed as standard until when leather became optional to keep the base cost down. Another Jaguar classic, its fog/spot lights, also became optional at this time.
  • 1968 : A merger with Leyland created the largest British car complex.
  • 1972 : Sir William Lyons retired, 50 years after forming Swallow Sidecar Company on his 21st birthday. His leaving was go after by a period of confusion and confusing changes at Jaguar. Whole departments, such as sales and service, vanish into BL power.
  • 1975 : The Ryder report, partially published prepared it clear that Jaguar would not carry on as an entity. Leyland Cars was created and the brand new Jaguar XJ-S was thrown in with BL's other Earls Courts motor show offerings.
  • 1979 : There was no single head man at Jaguar and the winter of saw Percy Plant as nominal chairman of Jaguar. Plant was generally known for his proficiency at closing factories.
  • 1980 : Morale among workers goes down to a low point in April when a beat over grading and pay provoked Sir Michael Edwarde's ultimatum "return to work or lose your jobs."Jaguar required a boost as never before. It also required a full-time chairman. Enter Jaguar's new full-time chief executive John
  • 1985 : It was clear that Jaguar was established once more and that Jaguar people do not give up!Sir William Lyons died in this year.

Most recently enquired & supplied items

  • Date Car Year Fuel CC Part Location
  • 4/13/2014 10:20:11 PM Jaguar S-Type 03/03/53 reg Petrol - Twin-Turbo 2500 cc Engine United Kingdom London
  • 4/10/2014 6:42:08 PM Jaguar S-Type 99-01 Petrol 3000 cc Fc-Engine United Kingdom Ayrshire
  • 4/4/2014 7:38:22 AM Jaguar X-Type 03/03/53 reg Petrol 3000 cc Engine United Kingdom Crawley
  • 3/31/2014 7:16:10 AM Jaguar S-Type Diesel 05/05/55 reg Diesel - Turbo 2700 cc Engine United Kingdom Surrey
  • 3/24/2014 10:00:16 PM Jaguar X-Type Diesel 03-10 Diesel - Turbo 2000 cc Fmba/b (6b)-Engine Ireland Laois
  • 3/23/2014 9:09:49 PM Jaguar X-Type Diesel 05/05/55 reg Diesel - Turbo 2000 cc Engine United Kingdom Wirral
  • 3/20/2014 9:24:40 PM Jaguar X-Type 01/Y/51 reg Petrol 3000 cc Engine United Kingdom London
  • 3/16/2014 11:53:39 AM Jaguar X-Type Diesel 06/06/56 reg Diesel - Turbo 2000 cc (1)-In-Engine United Kingdom Glasgow
  • 3/16/2014 11:03:32 AM Jaguar S-Type 02/02/52 reg Petrol - Non-Turbo 3000 cc Engine United Kingdom Walsall
  • 3/16/2014 9:55:57 AM Jaguar X-Type Diesel 06/06/56 reg Diesel - Turbo 2000 cc Engine United Kingdom Glasgow