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Jaguar X-Type, Wagon
Sep 25, 2003 (8:01 am)
jchan2 - Did you read the other Edmunds/Headline News article I linked above? (This is not a permanent link, btw.)
To quote: "The wagon goes on sale soon in Europe, but in the U.S. it arrives in 2004, likely powered by a V6 equipped with standard all-wheel drive."
I've been hearing conflicting reports though. One other source I read said there's no official word yet from Jaguar. I have feeling it will eventually make it here.
Host of Hatchbacks & Wagons
Sep 25, 2003 (1:33 pm)
I did read it. But Motor Trend said that Jag would have a X-Type Estate on the road in the states by summer 2003. Then again, GM promised the reinvention of the vehicle with the EV1, so we can't get our hopes too high.
#9 of 85 MT....
Oct 11, 2003 (10:53 am)
said that the X-Type estate is dead. can a Jaguar employee clear this up for us so we know when to line up at the Jag dealer??????
Nov 28, 2003 (7:36 pm)
Is there even somebody who works inside Ford that can give us the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth about the X-Type Estate????
#11 of 85 Prefer a Mazda6 Wagon
Nov 29, 2003 (7:02 am)
Probably cost 15K less and you get a "sportier" sport wagon. OK, no AWD but I'm sure that will show up also soon if the Euro models have it.
Nov 30, 2003 (6:41 am)
but Jaguar needs that wagon to compete better with BMW and Mercedes. They each have 2 wagons and Jaguar has none. When will Jaguar realize that they need the Estate model to stay competitive and that price cuts and model refreshes aren't just enough?
Dec 09, 2003 (10:18 am)
According to a Times blurb I spotted in the Auto section, the Estate will stay in Europe.
Not enough wagons out there.
Dec 09, 2003 (6:06 pm)
Jan 03, 2004 (1:30 am)
ford taurus with a jaguar badge....!
#16 of 85 he he he...
Jan 03, 2004 (7:42 am)
more like rebadged Ford Mondeo. FWD too. (not)