The Jaguar Mark IV was the designation used for three models introduced in 1935 by SS Cars, renamed Jaguar in 1945. All the models were constructed on a separate chassis with suspension featuring semi-elliptic springs on rigid axles. The smaller car was the Jaguar Mark IV 1.5 liter, fitted with an overhead-valve engine linked to a four-speed gearbox made by Standard. The model was available as a saloon and could reach a top speed of 113 mph. The second model boasted a 105-hp, 2.5-liter engine and was available in a drophead coupe along with the saloon. A 3.5-liter engine with an output of 125 hp that boosted the performance of the model significantly powered the last iteration.
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