Jaguar X-type 2.0 V6 (A) 

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Latest OMV: $36,936
Engine Cap: 2099 cc
Power: 156Bhp @ 6800rpm
Torque: 196Nm @ 4100rpm
Type: Sedan
Euro NCAP: N.A
User Ratings: 4.50 from 2 reviews

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Singapore
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Looks matter

Reviewed on 16 Feb 2010 10:42PM
Reviewed by: fastjimmy
Car reviews written ( 7 )
Similar cars tried: Mercedes E Class, BMW 3 Series
Fuel consumption: 9.4 km/litre
Drive pattern: daily weekday peak hour commute to work & back home (island edge to & fro CBD).
Duration of car driven: More than 3 years
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The Review

For an entry level executive sedan, X type distinguishes itself by its inherited XJ/Daimler looks, thereby looking classy and importing a luxurious aura for its ride & driver (but try to stick to light colors). Jaguar is niche and received as an affluent car category, so sporty performance is not its pride spec., remembering also its gross weight nears 2 tonnes and it's specially built long for that classic limo feel. Kept closely exclusive, the V6 basic model (as opposed to 4 cylinder engines of 3 series, C & E Class like Japanese counterparts) without compromising inclusion of any SUV/MPV or compact hatchbacks makes this marque distinctly desirable and unique on local roads.

Strengths

Prestigious brand, classy looks & local exclusivity (not commonly sighted as Beemer or cabbed as Merz mass ride)

Weaknesses

uphill acceleration lag (due to necessary weight for stable ride); get the sports line variant/edition or 3L version for decent power.




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d_bergkam
Singapore
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Responded on: 21 Feb 2010 2:01PM

Lasting and expensive look! Good car. asdzds


Singapore
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Nice little luxury
car - good value for
money

Reviewed on 10 Jul 2008 5:34PM
Reviewed by: judet
Car reviews written ( 2 )
Similar cars tried: BMW320, Mercedes C180
Fuel consumption: 6.5 km/litre
Drive pattern: 90% urban 10% highway
Duration of car driven: 6 months
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The Review

The Baby Jag gives a very smooth ride with very decent pick-up. Inside trimming done extremely well with a wood and leather interior that gives it that luxurious feel that I personally feel is better than other equivalent marques of that category. Comes with all the bells and whistles as a standard option, so those mod fans out there might find this car a little frustrating :o). Malayan Motors currently have a great package whihc includes 3 years warranty and 5 years free servicing - a definite plus for me! Great value for money

Strengths

Unique looks, full options, smooth handling, all the gadgets that you could want!

Weaknesses

Fuel consumption is relatively high, central controls (aircon, CD, etc) a little plasticky




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fastjimmy
Singapore
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Responded on: 29 Apr 2010 4:25PM

disagree with decent pickup on SE, but agree bonnet crammed for mods - sports injected mine couple of yrs back & took three jobs to outrun 3 series; anyway now sold to enjoy still a jag (upgraded bigger brother) asdzds