Take our quiz and meet the car you’ll love.
.

Jaguar X-type

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Larry Printz on January 20, 2006

Mention the words ''Jaguar'' and ''station wagon'' in the same breath, and most people will look at you as if they swallowed something foul.Certainly, there ... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Steven Cole Smith on December 8, 2005

The numbers don't lie, but I'm at a loss to explain why the Jaguar X-Type isn't selling a little better than it is. According to Automotive News, Jaguar sold 20,086 X-Types in the fi... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on December 4, 2005

There are many Wisteria Lanes in America. At least, there are many streets and places named Wisteria.For example, there is Wisteria Lane Lodging, a collection of resort log cabins, just north off H... Read More
Star-Telegram.com's view

By G. Chambers Williams III on October 7, 2005

Jaguar's decision to bring a wagon to market rather than a beefy, gas-guzzling SUV might have had nothing to do with the threat of rising gasoline prices.After all, the British automaker made ... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Steven Cole Smith on July 21, 2005

Jaguar launched the X-Type in August 2001, to a genuinely mixed reaction from Jaguar fans. Traditionalists saw it as the latest and most blatant indication that Ford, which owns Jaguar, just didn&a... Read More
Mother Proof's view

By Alicia Collins on May 31, 2005

Sometimes our mom worlds aren't so glamorous. Sometimes I'm lucky if I get a shower after the gym, cleaning the house, running errands and chasing around after my toddler. Sometimes we mo... Read More
The Detroit Newspapers's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on April 6, 2005

Jaguar is expanding into market segments it has ignored in the past, namely station wagons. But the 2005 Jaguar X-Type Sportwagon - the first production wagon ever for the British automaker - feels... Read More
Star-Telegram.com's view

By G. Chambers Williams III on March 3, 2005

During the U.S. media preview of the new entry-level Jaguar X-type sedan four years ago in Atlanta, Jaguar officials said the tony British brand would never offer a sport utility. Today, that stil... Read More
Mother Proof's view

By Kristin Varela on July 8, 2004

When I hear "Jaguar," I visualize driving to the ballet decked out in diamonds and a mink coat. How bad could it be living that fantasy for a while? My personal reality is quite different, however.... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on April 14, 2004

Jag X-Type doesn't sit well We've often been struck by how many consumers tell us their ultimate fantasy vehicle is a Jaguar. But is the most affordable Jaguar ever -- the all-whee... Read More
Next