2007 Jaguar X-TYPE

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$34,330 - $39,330
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Engine Engine 3.0LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 24 Hwy
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2007 X-TYPE Overview

The Jaguar X-Type may be the entry-level model but it looks unmistakably like a Jaguar.Better still, the X-Type smells and feels like a Jaguar, with all the traditional British ingredients that have defined the brand for seven decades.

The Jaguar X-Type is elegant, comfortable, and fun to drive.It represents a low cost of entry for a Jaguar and for the class.The X-Type gives its owner the distinction of driving a Jag.It also offers the benefits of full-time all-wheel drive.That makes the X-Type a good choice for rain, snow, and ice; and indeed it feels very secure in those conditions.

The X-Type competes with the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4 and other near-luxury cars.The performance of the Jaguar compares favorably to these cars, while offering a distinct difference in feel and temperament.As with the other cars in its class, the X-Type is smaller in size, making it easier to park and maneuver.

A wagon is available that offers great cargo carrying capacity while maintaining Jaguar's unique style.It comes with a tailgate with independently opening rear window, luggage tie-downs, removable luggage cover and cargo net.It features a neat hidden cargo compartment under the rear floor with a 12-volt power outlet as well as a higher level of standard equipment.

Quality has improved considerably since the X-Type was introduced, as evidenced by the J.D.Power & Associates 2005 Initial Quality Study, which also cited Jaguar's Halewood plant in the U.K., where the X-Type is manufactured, for its overall quality performance.The X-Type is certified as an Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (ULEV), meaning its exhaust is extremely clean.

The X-Type has been maligned by the press for sharing its basic structure with the Ford Mondeo sold in Europe and for not being a true Jaguar.Perhaps the X-Type has shown Jaguar the lower limit for stretching its brand.But the X-Type is a good car.
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2007 X-TYPE Overview

The Jaguar X-Type may be the entry-level model but it looks unmistakably like a Jaguar.Better still, the X-Type smells and feels like a Jaguar, with all the traditional British ingredients that have defined the brand for seven decades.

The Jaguar X-Type is elegant, comfortable, and fun to drive.It represents a low cost of entry for a Jaguar and for the class.The X-Type gives its owner the distinction of driving a Jag.It also offers the benefits of full-time all-wheel drive.That makes the X-Type a good choice for rain, snow, and ice; and indeed it feels very secure in those conditions.

The X-Type competes with the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4 and other near-luxury cars.The performance of the Jaguar compares favorably to these cars, while offering a distinct difference in feel and temperament.As with the other cars in its class, the X-Type is smaller in size, making it easier to park and maneuver.

A wagon is available that offers great cargo carrying capacity while maintaining Jaguar's unique style.It comes with a tailgate with independently opening rear window, luggage tie-downs, removable luggage cover and cargo net.It features a neat hidden cargo compartment under the rear floor with a 12-volt power outlet as well as a higher level of standard equipment.

Quality has improved considerably since the X-Type was introduced, as evidenced by the J.D.Power & Associates 2005 Initial Quality Study, which also cited Jaguar's Halewood plant in the U.K., where the X-Type is manufactured, for its overall quality performance.The X-Type is certified as an Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (ULEV), meaning its exhaust is extremely clean.

The X-Type has been maligned by the press for sharing its basic structure with the Ford Mondeo sold in Europe and for not being a true Jaguar.Perhaps the X-Type has shown Jaguar the lower limit for stretching its brand.But the X-Type is a good car.Hide Full Review