COVENTRY, U.K. – The key to understanding the rationale behind Jaguar Car's all-new XJ sedan is contained in two crucial facts: The XJ is longer than all of its rivals, yet is the lightest of any car in its class. Light weight leads to superior dynamics of new XJ, Jaguar says. The ’04 XJ measures a segment-leading 119.4 ins. (3,30 cm) in wheelbase, and the aluminum entry-level XJ6 weighs in at just 3,406 lbs. (1,545 kg). Jaguar admits the introduction of aluminum monocoque ...

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