Jaguar Cars blames its lack of diesel power in Europe and a retreat from leasing in the U.S. for the planned production halt of its X-Type entry-level sedan for two weeks in February. The reduction at Jaguar’s Halewood, U.K., plant should cut X-Type volumes by 2,500 cars this year. "There are some risks (in the market) and we are being cautious," says a Jaguar Cars North America spokesman. "You have a market (in the U.S.) that is being buoyed by incentives and the entry-level (luxury) ...

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