3.0L V6 4dr Sedan
2005 Jaguar S-TYPE

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EngineEngine 3.0LV-6
MPGMPG 18 City / 26 Hwy
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2005 S-TYPE Overview

The Jaguar S-Type sedan was a great car when it was introduced and it's a much better car now.When it was launched in 1999, we praised its beautiful exterior and rich interior, and enthused over the sporty handling.Jaguar then re-engineered the S-Type for 2003, a major change that revised 70 percent of the car.The result was improved response, a smoother ride, and enhanced comfort and convenience.In short, the car had improved dramatically.For 2005, Jaguar has updated the styling, revised the interior, and retuned the suspension.And the wonderful ZF six-speed automatic is now standard on all models.

We like the improvements to the 2005 Jaguar S-Type.It's a comfortable car, it handles well, and it still makes a statement when it pulls up to a five-star hotel.We found the base 3.0-liter V6 delivers responsive performance, thanks partly to the superb six-speed automatic transmission.Opt for the 4.2 model and you get thrilling performance from its powerful V8 engine.If that isn't enough, you can spring for the high-performance S-Type R, which boasts a 400-horsepower supercharged engine, sports suspension, and big Brembo brakes.

Another more gradual but no less significant change: Jaguar's quality has been dramatically improved over the past few years and recent buyers report being very happy with their new S-Types.
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2005 S-TYPE Overview

The Jaguar S-Type sedan was a great car when it was introduced and it's a much better car now.When it was launched in 1999, we praised its beautiful exterior and rich interior, and enthused over the sporty handling.Jaguar then re-engineered the S-Type for 2003, a major change that revised 70 percent of the car.The result was improved response, a smoother ride, and enhanced comfort and convenience.In short, the car had improved dramatically.For 2005, Jaguar has updated the styling, revised the interior, and retuned the suspension.And the wonderful ZF six-speed automatic is now standard on all models.

We like the improvements to the 2005 Jaguar S-Type.It's a comfortable car, it handles well, and it still makes a statement when it pulls up to a five-star hotel.We found the base 3.0-liter V6 delivers responsive performance, thanks partly to the superb six-speed automatic transmission.Opt for the 4.2 model and you get thrilling performance from its powerful V8 engine.If that isn't enough, you can spring for the high-performance S-Type R, which boasts a 400-horsepower supercharged engine, sports suspension, and big Brembo brakes.

Another more gradual but no less significant change: Jaguar's quality has been dramatically improved over the past few years and recent buyers report being very happy with their new S-Types.Hide Full Review