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Your XKR always has been a high-quality car but with wear the most reliable cars and trucks have to have periodic maintenance or replacement of damaged components. The quality and solid performance associated with the Jaguar XKR require always using performance and aftermarket systems of a similar value; such parts don't have to break the bank. Visit PartsGeek any time you desire top quality car and truck parts and be rewarded by our great service and a reasonable price day in, day out. Jaguar produces award-winning cars and trucks, particularly the XKR, and they are commonly driven on American roads.

In the event that your car or truck needs work, the right solution is a new top-quality OEM or replacement part to maintain your Jaguar in perfect running order. Some find that the most annoying thing about working on that car or truck is searching for an outstanding source of quality parts. Durable OEM and replacement are what repair techs need to keep that Jaguar running well however rough the conditions. On those occasions when you need to shop for Jaguar XKR parts, it's a great idea to seek out the best available parts and components available - and by shopping at Parts Geek you'll see the most affordable prices online or offline, and our world class service.

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Jaguar XKR

Part of Jaguar's XK series manufactured for eighteen years, the XKR was a grand touring car with two seats. It premiered at a car show in Geneva, Switzerland in March 1996. The last one came off the assembly line in July of 2014. It was designed to replace the XJ-S, a full-sized luxury grand tourer, that had a twenty year run between1976 and 1996.

The XK model came in two configurations: the coupe and the convertible. It was the first Jaguar vehicle with the company's own V8 engine, the AJ-8. The first version of this engine was a bit of an experiment; instead of cast iron piston liners, the AJ-8 employed a material made from nickel and silicon carbide, known as "Nikasil." First developed in the late 1960s, Nikasil was used successfully in high-performance racing vehicles as well as high-end production cars. However, unless top-quality gasoline was used, the sulfur content of lower grade gas would cause the piston linings to break down, leading to engine failure. After determining that most experiments are best left to science, Jaguar abandoned the use of Nikasil piston liners and returned to cast iron shortly after the first models were released.

The XKR V8 put out a respectable 370 horses with supercharger. Interestingly, many of the XKR's components came from all over the world; the engine itself was made in England by Jaguar, however, the transmission was from Mercedes-Benz in Germany, while the ignition system came from a Japanese company, KGK. Lighting equipment was made by Valeo, a French manufacturer, and the supercharger was an Eaton model made in the U.S. By the turn of the present century, the Jaguar XKR engine had been upgraded to a 4.0 liter version with a plastic timing chain tension device. The interior featured leather upholstery throughout with burl walnut trim. It won accolades from the automotive press, including Car & Driver and Road & Track magazines.

In 2006, the Jaguar XKR underwent several design modifications. The engine was upgraded with an additional 40 horsepower, and could take the car from zero to 60 in under four and a half seconds. Without a limiter, it was capable of going well over 180 miles per hour, making it the speediest Jag next to the XJ220 "supercar" of the early 1990s. The last model manufactured had a 5.0-liter V8 rated at 385 horsepower without supercharger. The supercharged version put out a blistering 510 horsepower. Both versions used a six speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, allowing the driver some control over gear selection. The last model was the "Final Fifty Limited Edition;" as the name suggests, only fifty were produced (25 convertibles and 25 hard top coupes).

With specs like that, the idea of using Jaguar XKR performance parts may seem redundant or evenr superfluous - but there are always those looking to make a good thing better. Jaguar XKR parts can be pricey, but by going to, you'll find those parts at discounts of up to 80% off the original retail price.

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Reviewer: XKR Mech

It's a filter. It filters the air. But it is not the carbon filter. It won't carbon filter the air.

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Reviewer: GLOBAL

Great price....great seller. Highly Recommend. Super fast shipping too THANKS!!

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Reviewer: 5th JAG

Seemed to fit well. Replacement part as in good shape. Will use pats geek again.

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Reviewer: 2000 Jaguar Shock Mount

I received the part in a timely manner. It was the exact part I needed at $50.00 less than your closet competitor. It's a shame you only had one in stock...I needed 2 of them. I will continue to do business with Parts Geek...

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Reviewer: Wheel bearing for XKR

The part was just what I needed

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Reviewer: robert joseph barber

PartsGeek could not have been better!!!! A fair price and better the excellent execution of the order. What can one say about shock mounts? It will take three years to see if they are better than the OEM mounts that came on a $100,000 car and died young.

2002 Jaguar XKR Shock Mount