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Jaguar X-Type
The X-Type is a luxury car made by Jaguar since 2001. It is considered an entry-level car, which I guess makes it one level above a Ford. It's actually based on the same platform as the Ford Mondeo, which is not sold in the United States. The parts are broken down like this: 20% Ford, 10% Jaguar, 70% subcontractors. So I guess when you buy one of these, you're buying 1/10th of a Jaguar. Just kidding, they're not bad cars.
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These cars are only sold with 4 doors, in either sedan or estate wagon body types. They can be bought with front wheel drive standard or optional four wheel drive.

Engines have included V6 engines ranging from 2.1L to 3.0L and I4 Diesel engines in some markets. All of these have been made with automatic transmission, which has become a trend for Jaguar in the past few decades.

The top engine makes 227 horsepower, with the four wheel drive sending a little over half of the power to the rear wheels.

The Estate or Sportwagon (as it is known in the United States) was introduced in 2004. In some markets, it's sold with the diesel engine, but not in the US, which cares too much about smog to care about gasoline prices.

These cars are out there on the used car market at reasonable prices. I've seen some sell for about 1/3 of their retail price on places like eBay.

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