Jaguar has introduced an all-new sedan for 2002 called the X-Type. Starting at $29,950, the X-Type is a major step...
Jaguar is in the process of revamping its image, As part of that, it will be reintroducing a manual transmission into select models.
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Ever since being acquired by Tata Motors from Ford back in 2009, Jaguar has been going through its version of an extreme makeover.
There's a lot happening at Jaguar for 2013, including the announcement that the XF and XJ will be receiving all-wheel drive.
While it's still months away from becoming a reality to the general public, Jaguar has been busy developing, testing, and tuning its latest roadster: The all-new F-Type.