Friday, May 13, 2011

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The X-Type is a compact executive car which was produced between 2001 and 2009 by Jaguar. As the smallest of the Jaguar model range, with saloon and wagon variants, the X-Type was the only estate ever manufactured in series production by the company. The X-Type was manufactured at the Halewood assembly facility near Liverpool,[2] a Jaguar Land Rover plant which also produces the Land Rover Freelander.
Codenamed X400, the X-Type was Jaguar's first compact 4-door saloon. The X-Type was one of the last to be styled under the supervision of Geoff Lawson, with the principal designer credited as Wayne Burgess.

The X-Type was based on a modified version of the Ford CD132 platform shared with the 2000 Ford Mondeo. To distinguish it from its rivals and its Ford origins, the X-Type was initially offered as all-wheel drive only and mated to a 2.5 litre and 3.0 litre AJ-V6 petrol engine. In 2003, the X-Type was offered in front-wheel drive with the introduction of Jaguar’s first four-cylinder diesel engines (based on the Ford Duratorq ZSD unit from the Mondeo and Transit), and with the smaller 2.0 litre petrol V6.

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