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Jaguar X-type by TomTom4049
 — Excellent handling. Absolutely erases snow and icy roads in winter. comfortable on long trips. 23 mpg City, 30.5 mpg highway, very good for a 3,600 lb car with all wheel drive. These are known to ha... Read More
Over-all Very Happy With This Car by Nicky
 — We get excellent gas millage, better then the new cars today. I love the back up sensors, the safety features are great if you have children. All the windows, including the sun roof have a safety feat... Read More
Love My Jag by Adrian
 — Just love it, a lot thirsty like me but I just love it, It is very comfortable in the cabin, a great place to be 4WD so it handles like a dream has loads of grip The car is lovely to drive, maintenanc... Read More

2002 Jaguar X-TYPE Overview

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2002 Jaguar X-TYPE

This new entry-level offering from Jaguar debuted in 2002, showcasing the union between Ford and its new subsidiary.  The X-Type sedan is built on the Ford Mondeo platform, and only 10% of all parts and components actually originate from Jaguar.  Over 20% are Ford-produced.  The X-Type is relatively compact compared to the flagship XJ sedan, with which its shares many design elements.  It is also the most affordable Jaguar ever, in real dollars.

The X-Type is aimed at the lower level luxury market, and in direct competition with models like  the BMW 3-Series, Acura TL, Mercedes C-Class, Infinity G35 and the Lexus ES.  Jaguar also hopes to meet the needs of a larger group of prospective buyers, with its first ever all-wheel drive car.  

A multitude of engine options were available on models produced for Europe, including a diesel, but the U.S. market was only provided with two power plant choices.  The base model is equipped with a 2.5 liter V-6, which churns out 191 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque.  The X-Type is surprisingly light for a Jag, at just 3400 pounds, and that power supply is sufficient for a respectable 0 to 60 mph mark of 7.9 seconds. Fuel economy is estimated at 19/28 mpg.  Also available is a 3.0 liter V-6, which generates 227 horsepower and 209 pound-feet of torque.  The 0 to 60 time drops to 7.1 seconds here, and fuel economy falls to 18/25 mpg.  A five-speed manual transmission comes standard with with the 2.5 liter engine, while the 3.0 liter version gets a five-speed automatic.

Both models could be described as Jaguar-esque with respect to standard features, but Ford's influence is very evident both inside and out.  Standard equipment includes keyless entry, an anti-theft system, steering wheel audio controls, full power accessories, heated mirrors, wood trim, leather upholstery, automatic climate control and a leather-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob.  Some components are obvious Ford products, but many reviewers still attest to an overall upscale feel.  However, a Jag enthusiast would quickly be able to distinguish the X-Type from the more upscale offerings.  Many luxury options are available, but the overall cost is heavily impacted by their inclusion.  The starting price is below $30,000, but the true cost of ownership with options and service will detract from the apparent value.

The X-Type also earns solid marks for handling and driveability, and was set apart as the only Jaguar with AWD and a manual transmission in 2002.

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Changed Upstream O2 Sen. Still Getting Catalist Below Thr. Wtf... Is It

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Car Will Not Start

Hi I have a xtype 3.0 petrol 52"REG". It failed to start, the RAC said engine turning over, problem is with the starter motor (batt brand new). Changed starter motor, but still will not start. power...

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Abs Activates When Wheels Are Not Slipping Coming To A Stop On Bare Pavemen...

when coming to a stop on dry pavement the abs brakes activate like its on ice. just started doing it. Has anybody had that problem. I plan on checking the codes. Thanks

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Air Won't Get Cold In 2002 Jaguar X Type.

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2002 Jaguar X Type Temp Gauge Is Not Working, I Have Changed Sensor And Hav...

temp gauge is not working, Have changed sensor and radiator fans, still showing hot but not running hot how can I fix the problem??

7 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)