FRANKFURT – Jaguar Cars wins kudos for an all-new, British-built V-6 turbodiesel to debut on the S-Type Jaguar next year, but is entering the diesel market with its entry level X-Type powered by a mildly modified 4-cyl. made by parent Ford Motor Co. for its Mondeo. Jaguar’s first-ever diesel is 2L 4-cyl. How good is the new X-Type diesel? Increasingly, the standard measure of real-world acceleration is the fourth-gear, 50-75 mph (80-121 km/h) time. This number even has begun ...

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