DETROIT – Don’t expect more vehicles similar to the poorly received X-Type from Jaguar Cars anytime soon. Paul Faletti, the auto maker’s newly appointed vice president of North America, says Jaguar plans to build more exclusive vehicles in the future that carry a price tag in excess of $50,000. The entry-luxury X-Type, dubbed the “Baby Jag,” debuted in the U.S. in 2001 as an ’02 model. Sharing a platform with the European Ford Mondeo, the X-Type was previous-owner Ford Motor Co.’s ...
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