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Simply Jaguar - Beaulieu Motor Museum - 26th June 2022
Jaguar Owners Club have a stand at this years Simply Jaguar event at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, Hampshire on Sunday 26th June 2022.
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Jaguar F-PACE now with six-cylinder 300 and 400 Sport models and Amazon Alexa across the range
The Jaguar F-PACE now offers more choice and technology than ever, with the addition of the dynamic new 400 SPORT and 300 SPORT models – and the introduction of Alexa voice control across the range
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Simply Jaguar - Beaulieu Motor Museum
JOIN THE Jaguar OWNERS CLUB STAND HERE .....click below to attend

TICKETS & PRICES

Participant prices are only valid if arriving in a Jaguar and taking part in the rally. They are not valid for those arriving on foot.


Children under 5 require a ticket, this can be booked online free of charge.


Participant and visitor tickets will include entrance to the rest of the Beaulieu attraction, including the National Motor Museum, Palace House, Little Beaulieu, World of Top Gear, Beaulieu Abbey and its grounds and gardens.


The best time for viewing the Simply rally is between 10am and 2pm.
 







 


Adult


Child




Participants


£15


£7.50




Visitors


Normal admission applies.


Normal admission applies.






More information: https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/simply-jaguar/

VEHICLE ENTRY

Entry with your Jaguar is from 9.30am – 2pm. Please make sure you have your ticket printed, ready to be scanned on arrival.


Please do not arrive early for our Simply rallies as no facilities will be open prior to 9:30am.


Cars cannot leave and re-enter the grounds for the Simply rallies.
 










 
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Jaguar Land Rover gives second life to I-PACE batteries
Jaguar Land Rover has partnered with Pramac, a global leader in the energy sector, to develop a portable zero-emission energy storage unit powered by second-life Jaguar I-PACE batteries.

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Jaguar I-PACE now with new Premium Black Pack option
New Premium Black Pack: Enhances I-PACE’s visual impact and presence with combination of the Black Pack, new Gloss Black 22-inch wheels, rear spoiler and air suspension. Ostuni White metallic paint is also now available
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Jaguar UK recounts a year of Heritage, Innovation and Progress
2021 was a year that celebrated the peerless heritage, innovative present and sustainable luxury future of Jaguar; full of exciting new model releases, trailblazing brand partnerships and motorsport victories at the highest level
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Jaguar UK recounts a year of Heritage, Innovation and Progress
2021 was a year that celebrated the peerless heritage, innovative present and sustainable luxury future of Jaguar; full of exciting new model releases, trailblazing brand partnerships and motorsport victories at the highest level.

 
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I have been researching into the question, "Can vehicles (cars) still pass an MOT Test if their original Halogen Headlights have been upgraded to either HID or LED Bulbs.

There seems to be an awful amount of opinion and conjecture on this subject.  BUT, as best as I can find in a legal stance, it appears to be that any originally fitted halogen lit headlamp car first registered after 1st of April 1986, would still fail an MOT. As per Special Notice 01:21headlampt conversion.

Below are links to :

GOV.UK MOT Special Notice 01:21, which attempts to clarify the situation.  

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/special-notice-01-21-headlamp-conversions/mot-special-notice-01-21-headlamp-conversions

A long article by well known bulb supplier ABD , which seems a very comprehensive explanation of the situation.

https://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/blog/the-brightest-car-light-bulbs/

 

Personally I am NOT (and would not) suggesting that they should not be fitted (as that is a right of choice for every individual). However I do have an opinion that the offence is not in using them (as this would be very difficult to establish direct evidence at the roadside) but that the problem will occur when an MOT Tester finds these type of bulbs (again depends on how strict the examination is ). One thing I am sure of however, is that being the owner/user of a Jaguar S Type, it is not going to be easy for an MOT examiner to identify what actual type of bulb is being used by sighting (direct evidence) the bulb without time consuming (due to not easy access) removal of the backing to the headlamp unit.

This submission does not take any account of matters such as dazzle to other road users etc., which of course is altogether another discussion.

This legality (or not), is in my opinion, up to each and every individual to make their own decision. I have just attempted to provide some information which can be read and digested before making your own decision.

Best Wishes and Regards, John
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Posting in the hope this helps others with what seems to be a fairly common fault.

2013 XF Sportbrake....

My hazard lights were turning themselves on randomly. Initially, I was able to pull over, switch off and turn them off using the dashboard switch but it developed into a fault where they would remain on despite trying to use the switch to turn them off. The only thing left for me to do was to disconnect the battery and leave it. They ususally remained off for a few minutes when I reconnected the battery again but would inevitably come on a gain at some stage of my journey.

I had recently had the rear fusebox replaced as a result of historic water ingress causing some connection errors, so I knew it wasn't that.

A visit to Preston Jag Centre (Recommended for Lancashire dwellers) was again required and after just an hour of investigation they were able to identify the fault to be a mysteriously damaged wiring connector in the offside 'D' Post. Apparently it was a tricky job to get their hand up into the wiring loom which ran up into the roof lining after removing the inner trim, but it now seems to have done the trick and I'm back in love with my Jag.

 
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XF for sale
Hi I am selling my XF due to family and work demands.

I just do not get time to drive it and feel its a waste just standing there.

I will buy another next year, when I can devote more time.

I am looking for £5500 or nearest offer.

It has a transferable warranty that has just over 18 months to run.

please PM me if interested.

Wrexham Area.

 
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New member south coast
Hello

i joined today.  Have a p450 F type.  Do people meet up at all? Bournemouth area.  Thanks 
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Jaguar Land Rover brings Tool Manufacturing in-house with £1.7M Halewood investment
Jaguar Land Rover has started manufacturing its own press tools in-house for the first time following a £1.7m investment at its Halewood plant

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What is E10 Petrol and Can My Car Run It?
What is E10 fuel and why is it being introduced?
The reason E10 fuel has been introduced as the standard grade fuel at forecourts across the country is to try and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. This fuel is made up on 90% regular unleaded petrol and 10% ethanol. Current petrol grades in the UK (E5) contain up to 5% ethanol, with the rest being regular unleaded petrol.
The Government claims that the introduction of E10 petrol at UK forecourts could cut transport CO2 emissions by 750,000 tonnes a year – the equivalent of taking 350,000 cars off the road.
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Fuel Crisis - and is it improving?
So what's behind the crisis?
The key issue is there aren't enough drivers to supply petrol.
There's an estimated shortage of more than 100,000 HGV drivers and petrol is only the latest industry to be hit.
The lack of drivers has caused problems for a range of industries - from supermarkets to fast food chains.
Fuel tanker drivers need additional safety qualifications on top of their HGV licence to be able to transport chemicals such as petrol.
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Jaguar XF and XE R-Dynamic Black
The appeal of the award-winning Jaguar XF Saloon and Sportbrake is heightened further with the introduction of new R-Dynamic Black models, while the Jaguar XE R-Dynamic Black gains an enhanced specification.
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XJS racing TWR
Don't know how original this one is, but it isn't used much although apparently runs.

 
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Hawk Classics
Hawk Classics -  Car restoration and specialist body repairs are offering Jaguar Owners Club members  20% off all labour costs

 

Eurocamp
EUROCAMP MAY 2021 OFFER
 

                                          Total Holiday Duration
Nights On Parc:       3 - 10 Nights         11 - 21 Nights 

Up to 16th July                 45%                       50%

17th July - 30th Aug        25%                       30%      

31st August onwards       35%                       40%

The new Jaguar F-TYPE R-Dynamic Black
The perfectly proportioned and extraordinarily beautiful Jaguar F-TYPE is now more distinctive than ever
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E-Type celebrates 60TH birthday with Bremont watch and Glenturret whisky
Jaguar is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the legendary E-type in fitting style, with the release of an exclusive watch set and a rare whisky
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Jaguar C-type joins classic Continuation family
Jaguar Classic will create a limited number of new C-type Continuations to celebrate 70 years of the double Le Mans-winning legend
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Introducing the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV
A maximum speed of 255mph, an aerodynamic design honed to perfection and race-winning powertrain technology define the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV – the latest all-electric virtual race car developed for Gran Turismo, and built in the real-world as full-scale design study
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New Jaguar F-PACE SVR: Performance SUV is faster, more luxurious and more refined than ever
Sitting at the pinnacle of the Jaguar performance SUV range, the new F-PACE SVR is faster than ever and features motorsport-inspired exterior design, a luxurious interior and the latest connected technologies
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New Jaguar F-PACE: Luxurious, connected, electrified
With an assertive new exterior, beautifully crafted all-new interior, latest generation Pivi Pro infotainment and the choice of in-line four- and six-cylinder engines including PHEV** and MHEV technology, the new Jaguar F-PACE is more luxurious, connected and efficient
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Jaguar Classic will celebrate 60 years of E-TYPE in 2021 with anniversary tribute edition
Jaguar Classic will create six matched pairs of E-types to celebrate the iconic sports car’s 60th anniversary in 2021: the E-type 60 Collection

Each pair of E-type 60 Edition cars pay tribute to two of the oldest and most famous Jaguar E-types of all: ‘9600 HP’ and ‘77 RW’, which played pivotal roles in the unveiling of the car at its world debut in Geneva, Switzerland in March 1961.
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