Jaguar Information:England is home to many prestigious car companies, but few are more popular among American drivers than Jaguar. This luxury brand got its start when Swallow Sidecar Company stopped producing aluminum motorcycle sidecars, changed its name to SS Cars Ltd., and began manufacturing four-wheeled vehicles in 1933. Two years later, the SS Jaguar 100 luxury sedan made its debut. Following World War II, the company changed its name to Jaguar and introduced the Mark V and the XK 120, the fastest production vehicle at that point, according to Edmunds.
The XK line has withstood the test of time and is still in production today. The brand has a small lineup of models, as it has been bought and sold among parent companies for many years, but despite this, Jaguar remains a household name when it comes to luxury. The XF and XJ are the other models currently in production, and there are many variations of the X-series, including the X-type, that have been produced throughout the years. The S-type, with its iconic double-headlights and small grille remains very popular despite being discontinued in 2008.
Drivers looking for luxury without breaking the bank can turn to New Jersey Auto Auction, as the dealer carries a number of Jaguar models. The inventory at NJ State Auto is always changing, so drivers can check back if they don't find the model they want. Every vehicle on the lot is CARFAX certified, so when the right car comes along, drivers will know they're getting a reliable ride.