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1997 Jaguar XJ6 3.2 Executive [X300]

1997 Jaguar XJ6 [X300] in Snatch, Movie, 2000 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1997 Jaguar XJ6 3.2 Executive [X300]

Position 01:26:34 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Neon IT

2010-05-23 22:18

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rtsbusman1997 US

2015-11-22 01:37

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P112WGE is a 1996 plate.

dsl SX

2015-11-22 01:44

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P112 WGE = Jaguar XJ 3.2 Executive 4dr
Fuel type Petrol
Engine size 3239
Body type Saloon
Colour Blue
Transmission Automatic
Date of first registration 31/03/1997
(from Autotrader - blank on other sites)

dsl SX

2015-11-22 04:06

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dsl wrote P112 WGE = Jaguar XJ 3.2 Executive


Open question for discussion: we have a small batch of various XJ6 and XJ8 with Executive as added info, but it looks from various sources (eg Glass's, googling online, a few close-up pictures of boot badges) that the official model title was just "XJ Executive" without any 6 or 8 in the name. Do we want to acknowledge this, possibly adding engine size (which was 3.2 for X300 and X308, then 3.5 for X350) as added info?

Sandie SX

2015-11-22 05:46

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The XJ Sport was the same. I don't think it applies to the X350 though, as these were always badged as only XJ6, XJ6 TDVI or XJ8 with things like Executive or Sovereign being only trims and only the more expensive/faster models like the XJR or Super V8 being differentiated from that.

I think if we went this way there would need to be a lot of cleaning here, on the UK market at least the Sport and Executive models were quite common. There would also need to be careful checking of model names and branding outside of the UK (are these names used?). There's also the problem of default naming. XJ6 or XJ8 has always been used as something of a default name but if XJ Sport and XJ Executive get added into the mix (without the numbers) I think we'd have to reconsider this.

Do we really need to make the categorising of Jaguars any more complicated? I just feel adding more complexity to it leads to a greater risk of blank IDs, mis-IDs and then replication of errors.

dsl SX

2015-11-22 12:42

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Fair enough. Simplicity is usually the best policy, and how we do it now seems to work fairly easily.

Andbark UK

2016-03-02 00:33

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Any way of finding out if this car is still on the road? The plate seems to have been registered on Glasgow orginally, but I can't find evidence of it being linked to the jag.

dsl SX

2016-03-02 00:47

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I've drawn a blank - nothing any more on most check sites, but still shows on AA car insurance - https://www.theaa.com/car-insurance/buy/car-details , autotrader - Link to "selling.autotrader.co.uk" . Presumably either now recycled into baked bean cans and these are remnant trace records, or may have been re-registered, in which case old registrations usually vanish.

andbark UK

2016-03-03 01:11

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Interesting. With the Daimler that was also used in the film wearing a fake plate, I assumed that this one would be a fake too. So really surprised to see it pop up on the AA website against the right make and model. Suggests it was the real number and - like you say - is now baked bean cans.

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