Daimler Double Six
£12,995
V12
Automatic
transmission
Reg: G581OKY
registration
5300cc Engine
engine size
54,000 Miles
mileage
Saloon
body style
Petrol
fuel type
4 Doors
doors
CLARET
colour
1990
year
£12,995
price
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Total repayment£17,035.74
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Borrowing £6,500 over 5 years with a representative APR of 27.4%, an annual interest rate of 27.4% (Fixed) and a deposit of £0.00, the amount payable would be £188.74 per month, with a total cost of credit of £4,824.37 and a total amount payable of £11,324.37

This car is in the Pulborough, West Sussex area. Please use the 'Email Dealer' form above to contact the seller. We do not display the dealer's name or phone number as they are not on our Premium Advertising Programme, however they do carry excellent used car stock in the Pulborough area and we feel it is worth listing their stock in a limited capacity.

Daimler Double Six V12 for £12,995

Features
AIR CONDITIONING
ALLOY WHEELS
ANTI-LOCK BRAKES
LEATHER UPHOLSTERY
LOW MILEAGE
POWER ASSISTED STEERING
Comments
This exceptionally good Daimler Double Six was first registered in 1990 (G Reg) finished in Claret with Doeskin hide. Originally registered in Japan where no salt on the roads means the cars tend to keep corrosion at bay. Imported back to the UK in 2014 this example has had a continuous MoT History since repatriation and has benefitted from continuous maintenance and updates; for example, In January 2016 all four shock absorbers were replaced with Koni versions and four rear springs were replaced. Originally launched in 1976 the Jaguar XJ6 Series III car continued in production in twelve-cylinder guise even after the introduction of the new XJ40 model range in 1986. In 1983, the Series III range was re-structured. The original Daimler name of Sovereign was now adopted for luxury versions of the XJ6 4.2 litre and exclusively for the XJ12. The original Daimler Sovereign 4.2 litre was simultaneously discontinued, with only the Vanden Plas model continuing in production with the six-cyli