is the 2001 Jaguar s type front or rear wheeled drive, would this be agood car for a young girl going to college?

Asked by Jul 31, 2013 at 07:38 PM

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I believe it is rear wheel drive, and I would not recommend this car for a colledge student. Jags are too pricey to up keep and are constantly breaking. Go for a Mazda, Toyota, Honda, ECT.

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