Jaguar says it is considering two engine configurations and sizes for the diesel powerplant expected to debut in its entry luxury X-type sedan in 2003. “We're going to need a diesel in this car. And it needs to be refined. An I-4 2L is a possibility. But a V-6 2.5L or 3L is more likely,” says Colin Quivey, Jaguar X-Type chief program engineer. “It (the X-Type's diesel engine) is more than a year or two away. But we're talking with a variety of people right now on diesel potential.” Mr. ...
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