Ford Motor Co.’s Jaguar luxury division is cutting back on production of its X-Type model, also known as the “Baby Jag,” says the Wall Street Journal. Ford will halt production one week in October and will only have one shift instead of two building the vehicle for six weeks this fall to trim inventories. Jaguar has sold 46,800 X-Types this year through the end of July, accounting for more than half of all Jaguar sales. However, it hasn’t been able to meet demand for the 2.5L model, ...
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