Cayman specialise in solving Jaguar XK soft top convertible roof problems
The Jaguar XK replaced the 1st generation XK model in 2006, a high performance Grand Tourer with refined performance and luxury of equal measure.
The noise from the engine that the Jaguar XK Cabriolet makes is one of its’ biggest features, and being able to drop the fabric folding roof down and get a little more exposure to the angry roar from the V8 engine makes the open top version’s appeal much greater.
The fabric cabriolet roof can be converted either stationary or at low speeds in less than 18 seconds, with the triple-layered fabric roof disappearing into the bodywork when retracted to be concealed by a neat aluminium tonneau cover.
Keeping your Jaguar XK roof system in top working order is essential and we recommend an annual roof service to keep the convertible roof system well lubricated and free of squeaks.
Like all soft top cabriolets they have their faults and in particular, lack of attention to care and maintenance can lead to water ingress and the usual electrical and mechanical faults caused by water damage on the operational roof system.