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OCTOBER ISSUE - OUT NOW

Jaguar World Monthly has its origins in Jaguar Quarterly, launched in 1988, and to this day still delivers the best roundup of Jaguar news and features available on the news stands. With buying and maintenance advice covering all ages of Jaguar, the magazine is an essential resource for prospective buyers or owners of Jaguars alike.

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X358
It might be the final evolution of the traditional XJ shape but the X358 from 2007 remains a highly capable and modern saloon

X358 vs X351
How does the X358 compare to its very different replacement?

Developing the XJ-S
The XJ-S was a big step for Jaguar, putting the car and company into a different league. We talk to three engineers who were closely involved with its initial development

Driving the XJ-S
What does a very early XJ-S feel like today? Let's take one for a drive to find out

Rallying Mk 2
A 1961 Mk 2 in near concours condition was bought and then subjected to the most grueling events on the historic rallying scene

Federal E-type S2
Due to power-sapping safety regulations the American-spec E-type S2 didn’t have a great reputation. Yet it was a better car than the figures would suggest

X300 vs BMW 7-Series
The X300-generation of XJ and E38 7-Series were rivals when new 20 years ago. Two decades on how do these different saloons compare?

Low-mileage XKR
Over the past 13 years this 2001 X100 XKR coupe has covered a total of just 18,000 miles. We drive this unique time warp Jaguar

X150 XK Mini test
Production of the XK might have finished but there’s still some unregistered examples left in Jaguar’s dealer network. We explain what makes them remain great

 

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Our Jaguars
Paul's S-TYPE 2.7 tows his caravan to France while Phil's S-TYPE passes the MOT

Q&As
We answer any technical questions readers have

Your Jaguar
Peter Simpson and his XK8 4.2S convertible

Gearbox
A new book on a famous Lightweight E-type is reviewed as are a Moto-Lita steering wheel and an E-type t-shirt

Classic Workshop
Restoration of the XK 120 coupe prototype continues

MODERN WORKSHOP
We explain how to strip the front end of an early XF

Specialist
JW visits the famed manufacturer of beautiful SS 100 and C-type reproductions, Suffolk Sportscars

Concise buying guide
Details for buying a diesel XF

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News

EVENTS
The XKEC's Summer, Show & Shine event

Motorsport
A double header at Anglesey for the saloons and XJ-S

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Paul Skilleter

Jim Patten

Keith Helfet

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Finishing Lines
When Jaguar beat BMW at the Spa 24 hours in 1984

 

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Driving our ads
A beautifully restored, American specification E-type 4.2 roadster goes under the Jaguar World microscope

Index of cars for sale / Classified coupon 

JWM free ads

 

 

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