The cup holder in the front center arm rest is flimsy and may break, making it impossible to close the cup holder assembly.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Jaguar XJ6 Center Arm Rest Cup Holder May Break
Jaguar XJ6 Problem
Average Mileage: 107,894 mi (50,000 mi - 200,000 mi)
The flimsy circular piece of plastic that holds the cup holder in place broke. Can't see a fix for this.
Visitor, 1996 Jaguar XJ6, 69,678 mi
Same problem, with cup holder. Does anyone have a fix? Thank's
The cable on the door that open it on left side front door
Visitor, 1997 Jaguar XJ6, 100,000 mi
Center cup holder broken
** Same problem !! The Cup holder will not close into console, as it should..
ALSO, the Ashtray door Cover will not Close..
Constant Electrical Problems, auto locks don't work all the time and other
ALSo, All 3 outer door handles, gave broke or
The cables broke !
** Unbelievably ridiculous what you pay for this Luxury Car,
And breaks so easily, cause its mostly Plastic !!
Visitor, 1991 Jaguar XJ6, 102,000 mi
The cup holder and cover fell apart.
The tiny plastic mounts where the spring wire fits broke off.
Latch lever broke as well.
Also the lamenated wood grain cracks and falls apart.
Visitor, 1996 Jaguar XJ6, 200,000 mi
Broken cup holder and broken outside drivers door handle.
Visitor, 1997 Jaguar XJ6, 53,000 mi
The arm rest cup holder is broke such that I can't close the lid. Though, I can snap whats left of the plastic connections, it is snapped.
I don't have a solution? Not unless I purchase another used center console with a working lid. But that doesn't solve the problem. It would be just a matter of time before it breaks again. We're able to still put cups in it when parked. I don't recommend driving with liquid filled cups in the holder. Especially with it already broke. It's the only item that I have a problem with. Otherwise, it's a beautiful car and well made.
I'm proud to be a Jaguar owner.
i bought my 95 xj6 3 years ago.The third day I had it after closing the center console the hinge broke.Both visor mounts broke the first year.
Visitor, 1996 Jaguar XJ6, 100,000 mi
not fix yet