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XJ Blind spot monitor

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Hi Scott,

 

On the Portfolio it is an optional extra costing £460.

 

I think it could be included in some of the other models, but I will check.

 

Peter.

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Adding to that post, Scott.

 

It is an optional extra  on the XJR too, so I think it will be the same on the others.

 

Peter.

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Scott,

 

Had it on the XJ Supersport. Liked it at first, but you soon get used to it being there and don't take any notice of it . Don't have it on the XKR, but don't miss it.

 

ATB,

 

Trevor

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Fabulous thanks guys.  I pick up XJ next Wednesday (2010 plate) and luckily the previous owner specced it to the hilt so fingers crossed it is on!

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Hi Scott,

 

It can surprise you how many optional extras there are on Jaguars. There are some I didn't want and when I got my s type the previous owner has the nous not to specify a TV  and Jaguar voice, but the foresight to specify the SatNsv and a proper spare wheel on a matching alloy.

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

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Scott,

 

As I said, if it isn't on you won't be missing much, as it loses it's affect.

 

My XJ Supersport being a Jag directors car had every single extra going , three TV's (agree with Peter on that) Jaguar voice (also agree with Peter). Bower and Wilkins 1200 watt 20 speaker sound system (fantastic), double glazing, and best of all a 5 litre supercharged engine , which was miles faster than my Aston Martin DB9 .

 

The XJ is a truly fantastic car and I'm sure you will be delighted with it .

 

The only reasons I got rid of it was to stop the wife whining, as she said it didn't look like a proper Jag, and also it was too big for our cart tracks out here in the sticks

 

ATB,

 

Trevor

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I often enjoy a drive without music or even the radio on, just listening to the gentle rumble of the rather quiet 2.7 diesel and the whooshhhh you get when you press the S button and take the engine up to 4000 revs.  

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