Jaguar Cars will end North American shipments of its X-Type sedan in December, a move that coincides with the launch of a new version of the entry-level car for European markets. Jaguar first offered the X-Type in the U.S. in 2001 as an ’02 model. Sharing a platform with the European Ford Mondeo, the so-called “baby Jag” struggled to find an audience early on. Jaguar says a “number of unique circumstances” contributed to the decision to drop the car in North America, including fierce ...
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