The Jaguar X350 was a luxury car from Jaguar Cars, introduced in 2003 as the successor of the X308. While the car's exterior and interior styling were traditional in appearance, the car was completely re-engineered.
For many enthusiasts, the X350, build from 2003-2009, is the last genuine Jaguar XJ. The X350 was brought into the market as a successor of the X308. And as expected, the X350 had again the flat elongated shape that characterized the XJ models for decades. But everything else was really impressive and new: floorpan and body were made from aluminum plates, which were glued at the overlaps and additionally provided with self-drilling rivets. As a result, the body shell weighed about the same as the one from the New Mini.
In addition to a PSA diesel engine there were Jaguar V-engines of 3.0 (AJ30) to 4.2 liters (AJ8) available. These engines also came with the facelift model X358, which was built until 2009.
- 01 Engine
- 02 Gearbox
- 03 Clutch - not applicable for this car
- 04 Cooling system
- 05 Engine controls
- 06 Fuel injection and air filter
- 07 Fuel system
- 08 Front suspension
- 09 Manifold and exhaust system
- 10 Steering
- 11 Rear suspension
- 12 Brakes
- 13 Road wheels
- 14 Electrics, ignition system, heating, air conditioning and dashboard
- 15 Body panels
- 16 Bumpers
- 17 Radiator grille (2)
- 18 Body fittings and external trim parts
- 19 Glass and glazing, mirrors and rubber seals
- 20 Interior trim
- 21 Competition parts and accessories