Jaguar Leather Trim Colour Chart
2010 - Present Jaguar Colour Range: All Models
Some 2010 trim colours may overlap into the 90s section of the colour chart (below). So if your car is a 2010's model and isn't in this colour chart, have a look in the 90's colour chart.
How to find your jaguar trim code: The trim code is a 3 letter code found on plate stuck to the inside of the drivers or passangers door.
Light Stonebeige (SMK)
Red Zone (CJA)
1990's - 2009 Jaguar Colour Range: All Models
Some 90's trim colours may overlap into the 80s section of the colour chart (below). So if your car is a 90's model and isn't in this colour chart, have a look in the 80's colour chart.
Blonde/Lt. Sand (SEN)
Ebony Black (PVJ)
Heritage Tan (ADY)
London Tan (APJ)
Regetta Blue (LGT)
Sage Green (HFA)
Slate Blue (LJK)
Smoke Grey (LHY)
Warm Charcoal (LEG)
1980's & 1990's Jaguar Colour Range: All Models
Early 80's models: Trim codes may be slightly different, there are 2 digit codes instead of 3. They are easy to read, simply being the 1st & 3rd digits of the 3 letter code. i.e. Barley AFW would be read as AW, and Isis Blue JEF would be read as JF.
Isis Blue (JEF)
Light Stone (LFE)
Saville Grey (LDY)
Silk White (NDW)
1970's (plus some continued 60's colours) Jaguar Colour Range: All Models
Some leathers may fall into the early colour chart (below), if you have an early 70's car. Also, if you have a late 60's car (such as an XJ6) you may find the colour in this chart. If you have a late 70's model, the colour may be in the colour chart above.
1948 - 1970 Jaguar Colour Range: All Models
Some leather colours may fall into the above colour chart (i.e. late 60's cars).
This chart covers XK-120, XK-140, XK-150, E-Type, MK1, MK2, S-Type, 420, 240 & 340, early XJ6, Mark V, Mark V11, Mark V111, Mark 1X, Mark X.
To order any of the colours above, navigate to the product page and type the name of the colour and/or the colour reference code into the box next to the "Add To Shopping Cart" button. Make sure to put the word 'Jaguar' before the colour name and code. Or call us on 0844 879 3691.
How To Locate your Jaguar Trim Code
1. Older models will have a circular yellow sticker attached to the right hand rear corner on the underside of the bonnet. Cars before 1980's (roughly).
2. Some models have a plate attached to the upper corner of the drivers door aperture, or the passengers door apperture. Cars 1980's +
3. For Jaguars no more than 10-15 years old, call us with the registration number. For older Jaguars call us with the chasis number and we can find out your colour from there. Jaguar Code Plate
Jaguar Code Plate
This plate is used to identify the paint & trim codes for Jaguar cars.
It can be found in either the passangers or drivers door aperture. Or sometimes it is found under the bonnet at the front of the car (almost directly above where the registration plate is)
We need the 3 digit code as highlighted.
It is best to pick your colour based on the trim code or official colour name, rather than on how the colour looks on screen. This is because of differences in monitors and resolutions, which may cause the colour to look slightly different.