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Jaguar XJR car insurance rates
What to expect when insuring your Jaguar XJR.
The XJR has a sedan body, which is by far the cheapest type of vehicle to insure. You could also score extra points on your insurance with its driver assistance and anti-lock braking features. The average insurance rate for the Jaguar XJR is $110 per month, or $1,320 per year. That rate is over $100 less than the annual national average of $1,426. Filter car insurance companies by your state to get a quote.
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