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(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Jaguar World magazine is an amazing read, it brings together owners of all types of Jaguars, from the classics such as XKs and E-types through to the dynamic range of modern saloons and sports cars. If you like Jaguars then this is the magazine for you.

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Jaguar World  |  No.153 Final XK  


What an upheaval the move from Blackpool to Foleshill must have been for the
young William Lyons and the few Swallow Coachbuilding staff that followed him.
Arriving on a cold, November weekend, one of Lyons’ workers described his first
view of the West Midlands as cold and murky. Not a great start. Yet Lyons knew if he
was to grow his business he’d have to leave his native Blackpool – the seaside town
isn’t known for its coach-building skills. It’s fair to say that without heading south his
company might not have survived, becoming a mere footnote in the history of British
car manufacturing. It also started an association with the area that lasts to this day.
Lyons’ next factory was the famous Browns Lane plant at Allesley, just three miles
from Coventry’s city centre. This was sold as part of Ford’s cost-cutting exercise in
the mid-2000s, but Jaguar’s cars are still produced nearby, both at Castle Bromwich
and Solihull, where the XE is to be made. Jaguar’s head office and technical centre
remains at Whitley, a stone’s throw
from Browns Lane. More importantly,
JLR’s new engine facility, Jaguar’s
first brand-new factory (the rest were
converted from existing buildings)
is up the road at Wolverhampton,
securing the company’s presence in
the area for the foreseeable future.
But then it needs to. Jaguar’s
image is as much to do with the
West Midlands, the UK’s centre of
automotive excellence, as Ferrari is
with Maranello. It’s part of its charm,
its history and its culture. Yes, XFs are now being built in India (but from knockeddown
kits produced at Castle Bromwich) and JLR has just opened a factory in China
(which it needs if it’s to conquer this enormous market), but Jaguar knows where its
home is.
Jaguar World magazine is an amazing read, it brings together owners of all types of Jaguars, from the classics such as XKs and E-types through to the dynamic range of modern saloons and sports cars. If you like Jaguars then this is the magazine for you.
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3 Customer Reviews
   jaguar Reviewed 03 May 2015
Hi I have just purchased a 2002 xjr 100 .great car .just have to sort out how everything works on it lol . original black with black leather seats with Montreal wheels ,looks great and runs the same.i would like any information from other owners ,thank you ,Ray.
   Finding a car Reviewed 16 July 2013
Trying to decide which Jag I want to buy, I really like the old style S Type but having read the reviews I'm going to see if I can get an XK8. Bit of a modern classic and now really quite affordable. So glad I read this mag before jumping in blind
   Reviewed 12 June 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Great mix of old & new Jags.
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Jaguar World   |   No.153 Final XK   


What an upheaval the move from Blackpool to Foleshill must have been for the
young William Lyons and the few Swallow Coachbuilding staff that followed him.
Arriving on a cold, November weekend, one of Lyons’ workers described his first
view of the West Midlands as cold and murky. Not a great start. Yet Lyons knew if he
was to grow his business he’d have to leave his native Blackpool – the seaside town
isn’t known for its coach-building skills. It’s fair to say that without heading south his
company might not have survived, becoming a mere footnote in the history of British
car manufacturing. It also started an association with the area that lasts to this day.
Lyons’ next factory was the famous Browns Lane plant at Allesley, just three miles
from Coventry’s city centre. This was sold as part of Ford’s cost-cutting exercise in
the mid-2000s, but Jaguar’s cars are still produced nearby, both at Castle Bromwich
and Solihull, where the XE is to be made. Jaguar’s head office and technical centre
remains at Whitley, a stone’s throw
from Browns Lane. More importantly,
JLR’s new engine facility, Jaguar’s
first brand-new factory (the rest were
converted from existing buildings)
is up the road at Wolverhampton,
securing the company’s presence in
the area for the foreseeable future.
But then it needs to. Jaguar’s
image is as much to do with the
West Midlands, the UK’s centre of
automotive excellence, as Ferrari is
with Maranello. It’s part of its charm,
its history and its culture. Yes, XFs are now being built in India (but from knockeddown
kits produced at Castle Bromwich) and JLR has just opened a factory in China
(which it needs if it’s to conquer this enormous market), but Jaguar knows where its
home is.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Jaguar World magazine print subscription.
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