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  • About XJL
    Southern California, USA
    Vehicle Info
    2008 XJ
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    2012 XF Portfolio
    Polaris White Exterior-Champagne/Barley Interior

    2016 F-Type (lease over)
    Polaris White Exterior-Jet Interior

    2012 XF (sold)
    Ebony Exterior- Charcoal Interior

    2008 XJ8L (sold)
    Porcelain Exterior-Champagne Interior

    "Jaguar combines luxury and performance into a work of art."


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  • Last Activity: 05-27-2019 02:57 PM
  • Join Date: 12-09-2011
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  1. 12-13-2011 06:28 PM - permalink
    8,600 miles. The front window is not tinted at all. All of the other windows were tinted. The rear windshield and rear passenger windows are dark but the front passenger and driver windows are a lighter tint.
  2. Csmkk
    12-13-2011 06:28 PM - permalink
    I had my wheels dipped in chrome as well. Boy what a differance over the stock aluminum. Well worth the investment. But a real pain in the a*# to keep clean.
  3. Csmkk
    12-13-2011 06:23 PM - permalink
    I seen that you had mentioned that you picked the car up in August. How many miles were on her?
  4. Csmkk
    12-13-2011 06:18 PM - permalink
    Yes, It can block the signal to the satellite unless you use a nonmetallic tint. After a little more research it seems even with a metallic tint the interference is minimal. It looks good. I would have mine done but in NY you can't legally have the front windows blacked out. Not to sure how just having the rear windows done would look.
  5. 12-11-2011 07:54 PM - permalink
    No, I had them tinted. I don't use the navigation system much but I have not noticed a difference since the tint. Is it supposed to interfere with it?

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