JaguarJaguar was founded by Sir William Lyons in 1922, originally making motorcycle sidecars before developing passenger cars. The company was originally named the Swallow Sidecar Company before it was changed to Jaguar. The reason it was changed was to avoid any accidental and unfavorable assimilation of the “SS” initials with the Nazi Schutzstaffel after WW2. Jaguar’s first offering, the SS90 rolled off the assembly line in 1935. However, it was their iconic sports cars, like the XK series and the E-Type that thrust Jaguar into the world market. Today, Jaguar seeks to reinvigorate sales with the 2006 release of the exciting new XK, producing up to 542hp/500lb-ft torque in the limited XKR-S model. Jaguars, being an English brand, are known for being regal, poised and elegant. While they are often stereotyped due to past electrical and structural issues, current Jaguars are in fact just as reliable and dependable as any of their competitors. As with any other brand, it is important that you not miss any regularly scheduled maintenance or let needed repairs go overlooked. Bring your Jaguar to the professionals at Lucas Auto Care today to ensure that it is running at its absolute best. Our ASE and Bosch certified technicians are the best in the industry and are here to serve you!

Jaguar Transmission Service:

  • Removes gum and varnish in the transmission, torque converter filter, cooler and cooler lines
  • Flush old fluid from system and install new fluid
  • Reduces hard shifting, chattering and slipping
  • Provides cooler operation
  • Extends life of transmission

Jaguar Oil Service:

  • Oil with up to ten quarts of full synthetic motor oil
  • Oil filter
  • Inspect Antifreeze/coolant reservoir levels
  • Inspect Engine air filtration system
  • Inspect Serpentine belts
  • Inspect Brake fluid level (in transparent reservoirs)
  • Inspect Wiper blades
  • Inspect Exterior lights

Jaguar 3 Stage Fuel Injection Service:

  • Reduces Fuel costs
  • Smoother idle and restored power performance
  • Cleans air intake, plenum, injectors, intake valves and combustion chambers
  • Reduces the chance of costly EGR failure and replacement
  • Reduction of engine hesitation and rough idle