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NOVEMBER 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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History of Jaguar's compact saloons
From the S.S. 2 of the Thirties to the Mk 1 of the Fifties, the classic 340 a few years later to the more recent X-TYPE, Jaguar has a long history of small saloons. We explain them all here

XE Revealed
After months of teasing, Jaguar has finally revealed its new XE compact saloon. We explain the technical specifications of this very important car

Kaizen E-type
Kaizen is a Japanese word for continuous improvement. We try an E-type Series 1 that's been improved by four inches

XJ40 Police Special
XJ40s were a popular choice were police forces all over the UK in their day but it's thought just one example survives today

F-TYPE Coupe 340PS
With just 340PS from its supercharged 3.0 V6, is the entry Coupe the most accessible F-TYPE of them all?

Rallying Mk 2
Part two of our feature about a once concours Mk 2 and its remarkable adventures on contemporary long distance rallies

Rejuvenated S-TYPE R
Bought as a non-runner, this 2004 S-TYPE R has been brought back to life, complete with some personal touches by the owner

 

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Our Jaguars
Jim Patten takes his E-type open two seater for a tour of his local area while a new air conditioning condenser is fitted to Paul Walton's S-TYPE 2.7

Your Jaguar
Berlin resident, Dieter Pfaff, explains why he bought a 2005 X100 XK8 convertible

Concise Buying Guide
Details for buying a post-facelift XJS V12 coupe

Modern workshop
Servicing an X308 generation of XJ

Q&A
An S-TYPE 2.7 and XK8 are both suffering from power loss

Classic workshop
The restoration of the important XK 120 prototype gathers pace at JD Classics' workshop

Gearbox
A new book about the XJ-S is reviewed and a new aero kit for the X100 XK

Specialist
We pay a visit to the Cardiff based specialist, Glamorgan Classic Cars

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News

Motorsport
The Donington Park round of the JEC Saloon & GT Championship

Mailbox

Paul Skilleter

Jim Patten

Keith Helfet

Next month

Finishing Lines
A Mk 2's long distance record breaking attempt at Monza in 1963

 

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Driving our ads
A 2007 S-TYPE R with just 75k on the clock miles is examined

Index of cars for sale / Classified coupon 

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