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Jaguar Heritage Parts Customer Survey – July 2014
Jaguar Heritage Parts became integrated into Jaguar Land Rover’s Customer Service Department in January 2014. With 22,000 parts available in the range, covering non-current Jaguar models which are 10+ years old, each part is 100% genuine and has been manufactured to engineering excellence.
With commitment to on-going progression, the Jaguar Heritage Parts Programme is undergoing continuous development to bring you an improved range and enhanced services. As a valid customer, your feedback is therefore very important to us in aiding this development.
If you were at the JEC’s 30th Anniversary Celebration at Thoresby Park on 22nd June 2014, you may have already had the chance to give your feedback to the Jaguar Heritage Team. If you have not yet completed the survey however, we would appreciate you taking the time to fill in a short questionnaire. Please click here to fill in the survey and be in with the chance of winning a £100 Amazon voucher*.
If you have any questions or concerns surrounding Jaguar Heritage Parts, please contact our technical experts on JHParts@jaguarlandrover.com. You can also keep up-to-date with the latest developments by registering on our website www.jaguarclassicparts.com
*Terms & Conditions apply. All submissions must be received no later than 00:00 on 31/07/14. Entry is free and is open to those who are aged 18 or over. For full prize draw terms and conditions and eligibility criteria, please contact JHParts@jaguarlandrover.com
WHAT IS JAGUAR HERITAGE PARTS?
Jaguar Heritage Parts became integrated into Jaguar Land Rover in January 2014. Previously known as Jaguar Classic Parts, the programme experienced a rebrand during March 2014, which was launched at Techno Classica, Essen – the world’s biggest Classic Car Show.
As a part of Jaguar Land Rover, Jaguar Heritage Parts is the definite source for 100% Genuine Parts for classic Jaguars, from Mk II to XJ8 (X308). With access to the highest levels of technical knowledge, each part is manufactured to engineering excellence, ensuring that your Jaguar is kept in the best, most original condition.
Parts are available online at Jaguar Heritage Parts and also through your local Jaguar dealership. For further information, please contact our technical experts on 0247 656 5708 or email JHParts@jaguarlandrover.com
- Jaguar Heritage Parts is the definitive source for genuine Jaguar and Daimler spare parts and accessories, being the official Jaguar Cars supplier.
- Jaguar Heritage Parts can supply most parts and accessories for classic Jaguars (generally those over 10 years old).
- The Jaguar Heritage Parts catalogue includes parts for XJ6 Saloons – Series 3, XJ40, and X300; XJ12 Saloons – Series III, XJ81 and X305; plus XJ8, Daimler DS420 Limousine and XJS (pre and post facelift).
- Parts are also readily available for E-type, Mark 2, Daimler V8, S-type, 420, Mark 10, plus XJ6 and XJ12 (Series 1 & 2), which are as yet uncatalogued.
- The latest model to be added to the Jaguar Classic Parts Programme is the XJ8 – the V8 engined XJ saloon produced from 1998 to 2003 and code named X308.
- The Jaguar Heritage Parts website is a user friendly interactive, multilingual cataloguing and online ordering system with over 26,000 Jaguar part numbers listed. It displays diagrams of parts, and lists superseded part numbers and vehicle application information.
- In the UK, France, Germany and Australia, parts ordered can be collected from your local Jaguar Main Dealer (with no shipping costs!) or you can have them delivered direct to an address of your choice.
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For up-to-date information on parts availability, please email Jaguar Heritage Parts or phone 01865–381193
Part number BEC22056 ‘JAGUAR’ badge, silver finish for XJS Coupe/Convertible
Part number BEC22057 ‘XJS’ badge, silver finish for XJS Coupe/Convertible.
XJ8 The XJ8 (X308) was brought into the Jaguar Heritage Parts Programme in March 2012
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Was it by chance that my first Jaguar was JCP?
Having successfully raised my family to the point where they no longer desired my constant attention, I took stock of my life and realised that my mission was accomplished and aside from the daily grind, there wasn’t really much else required of me. I needed a challenge! At this point we moved to a smaller house, so I decided to get rid of everything I didn’t want or need and become “Xclusively Jaguar” and in an instant I realised that I had just invented a new idea !!
Whatever Xclusively Jaguar is or becomes, my ultimate aim is that it shall be the best that I can achieve at that point, and like Jaguar Cars, it will always be reaching forward into the future with eagerness and optimism.
Now sponsored by Jaguar Classic Parts – an achievement which is part of a dream I never thought I would realise, I look back and remember that my first Jaguar was registered JCP – was it by chance or was it an omen?
Looking for a sensible family estate my husband Nigel and I trudged from sales lot to sales lot, frowning at uninspiring cars in equally uninspiring colours, until suddenly we found ourselves standing either side of a bright red XJ6 with no price on it. “That’s nice!” Nigel commented, to which I replied “If it’s nice we can’t afford it, and if we can afford it, it’s not as nice as it looks!”
A month later, getting desperate, we returned to the same sales lot to see if anything new had come in. The red XJ6 was still there, now with a price tag of £2500 which was just within our budget. Like many people, we had assumed that Jaguars would be expensive, so my comment this time was “I told you it wasn’t as nice as it looks!”
Another fortnight, and we were watching Top Gear when Jeremy Clarkson happened to make the remark “The Jaguar XJ6 is currently the best used car bargain on the market!” Nigel and I just looked at one another, and the next morning we were back at the sales lot arranging a test drive and reassuring each other that you could definitely fit as much in an XJ6 saloon as you could in the average family estate car ….and we later proved it !!
I took one look at her registration number, J256 JCP and for some reason it stuck fast in my mind, although I had no idea of the relevance of those initials – Jaguar Classic Parts ……….so was JCP, as she was always known to us, an omen?
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