The JaguarForumsUK Great Trivia Quiz

Welcome to the JaguarForumsUK Great British Trivia Quiz!

We are looking for our top five most knowledgeable members in the world of JaguarForumsUK to be our ‘Most Knowledgeable Online Members’.. you will get a certificate at the end of 2024, and in early 2025 you will get an invite for an all new Trivia Quiz head to head live competition at our 2025 event with a free Access Pass!!

Here you can pit your knowledge against our huge database of Jaguar history and Trivia, and see if you rank amongst our most knowledgeable JaguarForumsUK members.

The questions here cover every aspect of Jaguars incredible history, with trivia and knowledge that only a true fan of the Jaguar marque would know.

If you complete the knowledge test and achieve a pass rate you will not only receive an email containing copies of the questions you answered but also the answers you may have missed, allowing you to increase your knowledge of this incredible marque even further, PLUS your unique certificate proving your Jaguar knowledge, to everyone that knows you.

Our quiz is one of the most extensive Jaguar knowledge quizzes out there, so if you do well here you are very much in the elite of Jaguar fans.

Join us at our annual event, and you can enter our live, interactive Trivia Quiz and be in with a chance at winning the ultimate accolade as our Most Knowledgeable Attendee of 2024, with a chance to hold the prestigious cup for a year and for everyone in the world of Jaguar to know you are our most knowledgeable attendee!!

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The JaguarForumsUK Great Trivia Quiz

Welcome to the JaguarForumsUK Great British Trivia Quiz!

Are you one of our most knowledgeable members when it comes to Jaguar trivia and history?

Complete our test, and see just how extensive your Jaguar knowledge is...

Please check your email for your final results and certificate after completing this test

GOOD LUCK 🙂

The number of attempts remaining is 2

We need your name and email address so we can email you your pass certificate once you have completed the JaguarForumsUK Great British Knowledge Test

1 / 20

In what year did Jaguar drop the 240/340, S-Type, 420 & 420G models for just one new model - the XJ6?

2 / 20

In 1991 Jaguar entered the Le Mans 24 hour race with its XJR-14's. What placings did they manage to achieve? Noting that they were up again 19 Porsches on the day?

3 / 20

When Jaguar realised that their competitors had diesel powered cars available in the luxury sector they rushed to get a diesel powered Jaguar out there, much to the consternation of Jaguar enthusiasts. Do you know which model of Jaguar was the first to come with the option of a Diesel engine?

4 / 20

Jaguar sometimes develops models that never quite make the light of day. One of these was the XJ13 which had a 5 litre quad cam V12 engine. How many of the prototype models still exist?

5 / 20

The Jaguar XKR produced too much torque for the ZF automatic transmission to handle so Jaguar linked up with an outside provider for a replacement transmission module. Who did they go to, with the new transmission modules being supplied from Autumn 1997?

6 / 20

The Jaguar Mark II 3.8litre was produced between 1959 and 1967. It was a four door, five seater saloon with a top speed of 125mph. What was it's 0-60mph time?

7 / 20

When was the Jaguar XKR launched?

8 / 20

The supercharged version of the Jaguar AJ16 engine , as used in the Jaguar XJR was used by another car manufacturer. Which car manufacturer?

9 / 20

What is the current and official name of the Jaguar company?

10 / 20

How did Jaguar F-Pace get the company into the Guinness Book of Records?

11 / 20

In what year did the Browns fire destroy all but 16 XKSS cars that were in production?

12 / 20

In the first 18 months of production, how many XK8's were built?

13 / 20

What was the 0 - 60mph time for the SS1, on sale in 1932?

14 / 20

Which Jaguar model was the first to be fitted with a diesel engine?

15 / 20

In 1951 Jaguar managed to move into the huge Browns Lane Factory site. They struck a deal with the British M.O.D. in order to do this. What did they agree to produce alongside Jaguars? 

16 / 20

When did SS Cars change it's name to Jaguar Cars?

17 / 20

The Jaguar XK120 Roadster is a gorgeous curvy, two door saloon with a 3.4 litre straight six engine, a top speed of 120mph, and 0 - 60 mph in just teen seconds. It was produced from 1948 through to 1954. How much was it to purchase at that time?

18 / 20

In the year 2000 Jaguar announce a new special edition XKR. The XKR Silverstone. It was the first special edition Jaguar model to be approved by their then owner, Ford. It came in two variations.. Coupe and Convertible.. both were built in very limited numbers at prices of £66,785 and £72,185 respectively. How many of each were produced?

19 / 20

The SS100 had a 3.5 litre straight six engine, and had a 0 - 60mph time of 10.5 seconds, but what was it's top speed?

20 / 20

In the 1960's the Jaguar Mark II gained a new 3.8 litre engine, originally used in the Jaguar XK - making it one of the fastest four door saloons on the road. This model became infamous as...

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To celebrate the expansion of our Trivia Quiz we now have a league table..

You will be certified as one of our top five most knowledgeable members for 2024 at the end of the year, if and only if, you can obtain a place in the top five and hold onto it until the end of the year.

TRIVIA QUIZ LEAGUE TABLE 2024

01 95% 4:42 Henry Smith
02 85% 4:51 Sam Skelton
03 80% Damian Richmond
03 80% 4:29 Michelle Walsh
04 80% 7:05 Edward Jenkins Bartlett
05 75% 6:27 Mick Horrocks
75% 3:41 Philippe Geerlings
75% 8:35 Adrian Rhoden
75% 10:30 Martin Fooks
70% 3:04 Rob Jenner
70% 3:05 David Martin
70% 3:50 Craig Mitchell
70% 4:12 Martin Joyce
70% 4:31 Nick Goodchild
70% 4:49 Lucas
70% 5:40 Ian Dale
70% 6:21 John
70% 6:51 Roger Kemp
70% 9:11 Garry
65% 3:07 Dave Dingle
65% 3:12 Tom
65% 3:38 Robert Morris
65% 3:47 Julian Thompson
65% 4:24 Mark Lambourne
65% 4:50 Stuart Watson
65% 5:05 Mick Patrick
65% 6:03 Anthony Terence Jones
60% 3:24 Mandy Gregory
60% 3:25 Kevin Johnson
60% 3:33 Christina Winston
60% 3:35 Mally Ohare
60% 4:30 David Austin
60% 4:47 Jonathan Brickell



Good luck everyone – and don’t forget – this is great practice for our annual LIVE, fun family version where you can win our Most Knowledgeable Attendee Cup for a year, before handing it on the next year to your successor