Daimler XJ6 Series III 4.2 1979-92 (Vanden Plas spec)

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  1. Palex

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    Daimler XJ6 Series III 4.2 1979-92 (Vanden Plas spec)

    Daimler XJ6 Series III 4.2 1979-92 specifications
    Engine
    6 Cylinder in line
    Bore: 92.1mm
    Stroke: 106mm
    Displacement: 4,235cc
    Compression ratio: 7.8 to 1
    Carburation: petrol injection
    Power output: 176bhp at 4,750rpm

    Performance
    Maximum speed: 117mph
    Acceleration: 0-60 mph 10.6secs
    Overall fuel consumption: 16.2mpg

    Transmission
    3-speed automatic
    rear wheel drive

    Chassis
    Construction: Unitary all steel

    Brakes
    Servo assisted, disc front & rear

    Steering
    Power assisted rack and pinion, Suspension
    Front and raer: independent
    wishbone and coil

    Wheels
    16in, 5 stud alloy
    with 205/60ZR16 tyres

    Dimensions & Weight
    Wheelbase: 112.75in
    Track - front: 58.3in
    Track - rear: 58.9in
    Overall length: 199.5in
    Overall width: 69.7in
    Overall height: 54in
    Kerb weight: 36.34cwt
    Fuel tank capacity: 21.1 gallons

    XJ6, XJ12 Series III Production
    1979-1992 132,952 built
     

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    If I'm not mistaken, Jaguars only were badged as XJ6. And correct name for this one should be Daimler Vanden Plas. Am I right?
     
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    Daimlers of III series have different names: Daimler Sovereign, Daimler Double Six, Daimler 4,2 Vanden Plas, Daimler DD6 Vanden Plas, Daimler 4,2 Sovereign and Daimler V12 Sovereign.
     
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    I have no idea who's right, although maybe they were double-badged in some places/time?
    I've seen many for sale in Germany named Daimler Jaguar.
     

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