PALM SPRINGS, CA – Jaguar Cars, struggling in the U.S. luxury sales race and hemorrhaging red ink back home, brings its first wagon – the ’05 X-Type Sportwagon – to the North American market hoping for a much-needed splash. The wagon has been on sale in Europe for a year and, according to Jaguar officials, is selling above expectations there. As much as 40% of the mix in markets such as Germany and Italy is devoted to X-Type wagon (called the Estate) deliveries, Jeff Key, X-Type program ...

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