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2002 Jaguar X-Type

2002 Jaguar X-Type Review

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It's probably fair to say that the Jaguar X-type has not lived up to expectations, neither for its manufacturer nor for those of us here who have been living with it for the past year. Jaguar intended for its smallest and cheapest car to blow the brand open worldwide and to establish Jag as a true full-line automaker. Its low base price, standard four-wheel-drive system, and dank, tweedy charm would, it was hoped, double the brand's overall volume to 180,000 units. As of the 2002 sales report, Jaguar's volume is well off that mark. In fact, the shortfall is something like 50,000 cars, or more than Jag's North American sales total for 2001.

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