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Jaguar

With five operations in the Midlands and in the North West of England, and three locations in North America, Jaguar is a British luxury car manufacturer based out of England. William Lyons, founder of Jaguar, originally started making motorcycle sidecars in 1922, but moved on to cars in 1927. Jaguar released a line of luxury vehicles in 1935 and the Jaguar name was born. With a powerful engine, Jaguar quickly gained a reputation as a high-end sports car and entered the racing arena. Having established a solid foundation as a luxury and sports vehicle manufacturer, Jaguar quickly grew and is now a staple in the automotive industry.

With its U.S. corporate headquarters in Mahwah, N.J., Jaguar offers a range of products and services.

Vehicle Recycling

Jaguar utilizes a vehicle recycling program to enhance their commitment to the environment. The program includes a de-pollution process. When a car is to be recycled, Jaguar drains all fluids, removes the battery and tires and neutralizes the air bag system. All materials are recycled in an environmentally friendly way, with materials being refurbished and used again where possible.

Military Benefits

Jaguar offers discounts to military personnel. The program helps with purchasing a Jaguar tax-free and any necessary shipping arrangements. Members of the U.S. military with an active duty ID card that are stationed overseas qualify for the sales program.

The U.S. headquarters of Jaguar are located here:

Jaguar Cars USA
555 MacArthur Boulevard
Mahwah, NJ 07430

For more information on Jaguar call toll free at 800-452-4827.

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