NEW YORK – Jaguar North America expects to see strong consumer demand for its stretched XJ sedan, once a long-wheelbase version of the car goes on sale in the U.S. this fall. Jaguar anticipates two-thirds of XJ buyers will opt for long-wheelbase edition. Jaguar anticipates two-thirds of its U.S. XJ buyers will opt for the long-wheelbase car, says Mike O’Driscoll, president-Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover. That level of demand stands in contrast to Europe, where customers prefer ...
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