Annual sales figures for the Jaguar XJS in the US.
The XJS was introduced in 1975 as the successor to the famous Jaguar E-Type and was technically related to the Jaguar XJ saloon. The coupe and convertible had a 20-year life cycle and were replaced in 1997 by the Jaguar XK.
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