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SEPTEMBER 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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C-type
Once owned and driven by famed American racing driver, Masten Gregory, we experience this famous C-type at Goodwood circuit and tell its unique history

D-type
There are special D-types and there's this one – the original prototype from 1954. In this, the model's 60th anniversary, where better to drive the car than this year's Festival of Speed?

E-type 4.2
Three years after the E-type was launched Jaguar updated the car, including the 4.2-litre version of the XK engine. Fifty years later we explain the changes and try one of these fabulous cars for ourselves

F-TYPE vs XFR-S
Both are powered by the 550PS version of Jaguar's glorious 5.0-litre V8 but how do these two very different cars compare?

X-TYPE estate
With launch of the new XE just around the corner, which will no doubt include a Sportbrake version, we reassess the X-TYPE estate's practicality and discover it remains a useful car

XF Sportbrake 2.2
Jaguar, of course, already has an affordable estate – the XF Sportbrake 2.2. We try one of these handsome yet practical cars for size

One owner XJ-S
In 1978 racing driver William Tucket bought an XJ-S with a manual gearbox and 36 years later he still owns it. Recently recommissioned, JW tells the car's unique story and takes it for a spin

 

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Our Jaguars
Paul gets his S-TYPE diesel serviced while Gail returns to the track in her racing XJ40

Q&As
The results of the S-TYPE's remap are revealed (almost) and an XJ-S that smells of petrol

Your Jaguar
Darren Smith explains why he bought his 2007 XKR convertible

Gearbox
A wristwatch with a face like an XK 140's speedo and a D-type slot car are reviewed

Classic Workshop
Part two of our feature assessing the 1951 XK 120 coupe prototype. In this issue the restoration starts

MODERN WORKSHOP
How to prepare your car for the summer holidays

Specialist
We visit the Llandudno based specialist, North Wales Jag Centre

Concise buying guide
The basics for buying an X300 generation of XJ saloon

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News

EVENTS
The final Entente Cordiale and the Jaguar Super Saturday at the Coventry Transport Museum

Motorsport
Vredestein/JEC XK racing at Brands Hatch

Mailbox

Paul Skilleter

Jim Patten

Keith Helfet

Next month

Finishing Lines
The final E-type rolls down the production line

 

MARKETPLACE 

Driving our ads
A rare XJ40 XJ12 from 1992 goes under the JW microscope

Index of cars for sale / Classified coupon 

JWM free ads

 

 

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