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Jaguar was originally founded in England as the Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922, where they started out manufacturing sidecars for motorcycles before launching into the car business. The company name was changed to Jaguar after World War II.
Jaguar gained a well-earned reputation by producing eye-catching sports cars, with the first notable one being the XK 120 in 1949. The appeal during the early years was the unique design and reliability of Jaguar’s engines. The Twin OHC K engine was designed from improvements gleaned from Jaguar’s winning performances in earlier Le Mans auto races.
The owner’s ambitions were always to build luxury autos in quantities that would outpace the demand of the sports car market, and installation of a new Chairman in 1980 led to a period of considerable profitability as the exec concentrated on nagging issues like quality control and production delays.
Jaguar was a publicly traded company and in 1989 the Ford Motor Company purchased the outstanding shares and acquired the company. They placed it in their Premiere Auto Group division, alongside their acquisitions of Aston Martin, Volvo and Land Rover, where it remained for twenty years. In 2008, after nearly twenty years, Ford decided to divest itself of Jaguar, and Tata Motors was the winning bidder, paying USD $1.7 billion and closing on the deal in June.
Today Jaguar remains one of the pre-imminent manufacturers of luxury automobiles worldwide, offering a line that includes full sized sedans, coupes and convertibles. All Jaguars are in the performance class, with both turbo and super-charged engines. Power plants up to 550 HP are available on some models. All Jaguars are RWD with AWD drive available in the sedans.
While Jaguars are built for reliability and dependability, they still need regular maintenance and repair. If you want your Jag to be its best you need to bring it to a qualified Jaguar mechanic. No one else has the skill and education to work it.
Let our certified, trained professionals handle all of your Jaguar repair needs. We can do it all including simple oil changes and Jaguar brake repair.
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