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Herb Chambers Opens New Jaguar Dealership in Sudbury MA

The Herb Chambers Companies is proud to announce that Jaguar is its newest addition to their growing family of popular automotive and specialty vehicle brands.

Jaguar Sudbury is located at 83 Boston Post Road, Route 20, Sudbury MA.  (888) 842-5337

Our commitment to excellence will continue to provide all of our customers with the ultimate buying, leasing and service experience.

We invite you to visit our Jaguar Sudbury location soon.

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Herb Chambers 2012 Jaguar XF Sedan

Jaguar XF Sedan: 70 awards in four years is a humbling experience. Well, for everyone else, at least. When a sports sedan is this striking, awards were sure to follow. With its aggressive coupe-like exterior, refined power and luxuriously spacious cabin, the XF range has won 70 awards across the globe since 2008. The Jaguar XF. Award-winning design, first class performance. Jaguar Sudbury (888) 842-5337


XF Sedan
• New contemporary exterior echoes flagship XJ
• Upgraded interior
• Upgraded entertainment and navigation technology
• XFR receives styling upgrades that further differentiates it from other XF models
XK Coupe and Convertible
• Revised sporting GT with dramatic design enhancements
• New option packages emphasize luxury and sporting personality
• US debut of the 550HP, 186mph XKR-S
• XKR receives styling upgrades that further differentiates it from other XK models
XJ Sedan
• All-aluminum flagship offers exceptional performance and luxury
• Lightweight construction delivers superior agility and improved efficiency
• New Rear Seat Comfort package on the XJL Supersport flagship

Jaguar History

Herb Chambers Jaguar Sudbury MA

Jaguar Cars Ltd, known simply as Jaguar, is a British luxury car manufacturer, headquartered in Whitley, Coventry, England.

It is part of the Jaguar Land Rover business, a subsidiary of the Indian company Tata Motors.

Jaguar cars have a long history of elegant styling and sporting performance. The brand was born in the United Kingdom, and for years its vehicles were synonymous with the old-world luxury of the British upper classes. More recently, Jaguar has been under the ownership of other automakers, but Jaguar cars will always bear the unmistakable gleam of traditional English refinement.

The company traces its roots to the Swallow Sidecar Company, founded in 1922 by Bill Lyons and William Walmsley. Based in Blackpool, England, the company produced a popular line of aluminum motorcycle sidecars. Swallow eventually switched its focus to automobile production, changing its name to SS Cars Ltd. in 1933. The first vehicle to carry the Jaguar name was the SS Jaguar 100, released in 1935.

After World War II, SS Cars switched its moniker to Jaguar so as not to be associated with the Nazi paramilitary organization that bore the same initials. Its first postwar offering was 1948’s Mark V. The luxury sedan was joined that year by the XK 120, a sports car that was the fastest production automobile of its day its name was derived from its top speed. The XK 120 proved quite popular, and helped Jaguar establish a strong presence in the sports car market.

By the 1950s, Jaguar had begun exporting luxury vehicles to the United States. Created just for the American market, the Mark VII Saloon was introduced in 1951; Jaguar quickly realized it had a hit on its hands. In 1956, the car took the prize at the Monte Carlo Rally. Later in the decade, Jaguar added the Mark VIII and Mark IX to its lineup.

The 1960s saw the launch of one of Jaguar’s most well-known models. The E-type coupe, or XK-E as it was known in the U.S., blended performance and refinement, wrapped in a sexy package. The success of groups like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and icons like Twiggy, the fashion model, made British culture a hot commodity during the ’60s a fact that had positive implications for Jaguar’s popularity in the U.S.

A decade later, Jaguar introduced the XJ6C and XJ12C coupes, as well as the XJ-S. A new V12 was put in the XJ12, making it the fastest production sedan of its day. The 1980s saw Jaguar continuing to raise the bar in performance with the launch of the XJ-S HE and a true world supercar, the XJ220. By this time, however, Jaguar also faced increased competition from German automakers and adverse exchange rates. The company’s managers decided to recognize the potential value of a partnership with another company. This decision ultimately led to a full buyout of Jaguar by Ford in 1990.

Ford’s influence (and financial support) was evident with the 1997 launch of Jaguar’s XK8 and supercharged XKR sports cars. Powering both was Jaguar’s new AJ-V8, a compact yet powerful engine that was also used in certain Land Rover vehicles.


Herb Chambers Jaguar Sudbury MA

Jaguar Sudbury

A Herb Chambers Company

83 Boston Post Road, Route 20

Sudbury, MA 01776

Sales: (888) 842-5337

Service: (508) 650-8822

Parts: (508) 650-8822

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