Jaguar uses the occasion of its U.S. intro of the XKR sports coupe and convertible to do a little horn blowing over its sales success for 1999. Jaguar North America President Mike Dale boasts that overall U.S. Jaguar sales are up year to date, due largely to the introduction of the all-new S-Type. However, through the first nine months of '99, XJ sedan sales were 10,334, down 11.6%, and XK8 models sales were 4,206, down 4%. At the current pace, Jaguar expects its total U.S. sales to hit at ...
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