The new Jaguar S-Type is already on sale in the U.S., but that isn't stopping Ford Motor Co. from making changes. Ford engineers already are hard at work tweaking the sedan's all-new 5-speed transmission. Ford sources say a top executive didn't like the way the car's current transmission shifted and ordered changes made. Journalists who had driven the car before it went on sale had similar concerns over smoothness, especially from gear two to three. The S-Type went on sale in Europe in ...
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