Regarding a 2005 Jaguar X Type.... what is the difference between the "VDP Edition" and the "Sports Package" ???
hummm..heres a start for you > With the 2005 X-type, Jaguar is basically relaunching this model, emphasizing more than 1000 component changes to improve quality. The VDP edition defines a package of options that includes seventeen-inch wheels with all-season tires, a 320-watt Alpine audio entertainment system, ten-way adjustable power seats with classic-style leather upholstery, walnut burl interior trim, and a number of other minor features. Self-styled guardians of Jaguar’s cultural heritage thrown a hissy fit at the thought of the exclusive Vanden Plas name being squandered on a specialty equipment package for an entry-level car, but they overlook the fact that the nameplate has only a few calories of credibility as far as U.S. drivers are concerned. At the same time, this use of the VDP badge removes any bit of exclusivity it gives to XJ models.
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