The Jaguar Mark V was built from 1948 to 1951 and was launched at the 1948 London Motor Show alongside the Jaguar XK120. The model was quite popular and sold 5,000 units per year on average. The Jaguar Mark V retained the 1936 overhead-valve pushrod straight-six engines with 2.5 and 3.5-liter capacities. Respectively, the power output was 104 and 126 hp. A new chassis was introduced and the model used independent front suspension with double wishbone and a torsion bara combination used for many future Jaguar models. The body was all-pressed steel and the Mark V was equipped with hydraulic brakes. The design featured an upright chrome grille and the Jaguar radiator cap mascot was made available on option.
Should you be thinking about purchasing a Jaguar Mark V, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to help. With their many years of experience in the industry, the staff has acquired an unmatched expertise when it comes to buying classic cars of all makes, models, and conditions. Known for their great tips and advice, the representatives will give you all the information you need to make a smart transaction. One thing to know about the Jaguar Mark V is that the supply for replacement parts is limited and service is therefore complicated and onerous. Be sure to inspect the car thoroughly and know its condition and history, so that you can anticipate future service needs and plan your budget and ownership accordingly.
The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale at their Los Angeles classic car dealership. Come meet the team and view the inventory of cars for sale. The staff is composed of knowledgeable and friendly professionals who will go the extra mile to help you find the right model of Jaguar Mark V and make a good transaction. Don’t wait! Call the team today and get started!
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