Standard all-wheel drive traction; ride and handling; luxurious interior appointments.
The compact Jaguar X-Type luxury sedan is available in two very well-equipped 2007 models: the sedan and the Sportwagon. Both models come with a 227-horsepower 3.0L V6 engine, paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. The engine is tuned for strong mid-range torque, enabling it to dash to 60 mph in only 7.1 seconds while being quite economical.
Both also have a standard Traction-4 all-wheel-drive system, oriented for better on-road traction and handling, along with a performance-tuned, four-wheel independent suspension and variable-ratio power steering for high-speed stability without sacrificing maneuverability.
Like its larger Jaguar stable mates, the X-Type gets a full array of air bags, including front seat-mounted side air bags, side-impact curtain bags for all outboard occupants, and a driver's knee-bolster air bag. The Sportwagon includes a vertical cargo net aimed at retaining cargo in an accident. Dynamic stability control is now standard as well.
The Sportwagon is geared for more active customers, with rear seatbacks that easily fold forward to create more cargo space as needed. The tailgate has a separately opening rear window for convenience, and the tailgate has one of the lowest lift heights available for easy loading.
The X-Type has some interior appearance features that are rare on a vehicle of its size, such as striking Bronze Sapele wood interior trim, along with plenty of luxury conveniences such as a moonroof, automatic climate control, and a six-speaker sound system.
A new Luxury Package includes a long list of additional luxury items, including leather-trimmed seats with contrasting piping, Burl Walnut veneers, 17-inch Belize wheels, a wood- and leather-trimmed steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers, and a programmable garage-door opener. Other notable options on the X-Type include a DVD-based navigation system, flashy 18-inch Aruba wheels, reverse park control, and a top, 320-watt Alpine Premium Sound System.
Dynamic stability control becomes standard across the Jaguar X-Type model lineup for 2007, and sedans now get increased equipment, with a moonroof and split folding rear seats now standard. Sportwagons also have increased standard equipment, including standard reverse park control, premium sound, rain-sensing wipers, and new 17-inch Bermuda alloy wheels.
In options, a new Luxury Package replaced the former VDP and Premium Packages for the sedan, and the Premium Sound Package is a new standalone option. Also, Bluetooth hands-free technology and Sirius satellite radio are now available across the line.
The 2007 X-type, the smallest and most affordable Jaguar model, has standard all-wheel drive and sporty handling, with a nice ride and luxurious interior, making it an often-overlooked alternative to the Audi A4/A6. The Sportwagon stands out as distinctively different when compared to German-brand competitors.
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