|Jaguar X-Type Estate||
2003 - 2009 Station wagon (estate)|
Power: from 130 to 231 Hp | Dimensions: 4716 x 1789 x 1483 mm
|Jaguar X-type (X400)||
2001 - 2009 Sedan|
Power: from 130 to 231 Hp | Dimensions: 4672 x 1789 x 1430 mm
Curb weight of Jaguar X-Type is between 1450 kg (3196.7 lbs.) and 1610 kg (3549.44 lbs.), depending on the variant.
The station wagon body-styled Jaguar X-Type measures 4716 mm (185.67 in.) in length, 1789 mm (70.43 in.) in width, and 1483 mm (58.39 in.) in height.
Jaguar X-Type 3.0 V6 variants are the ones, offering the most power in the range, with an output of 231 Hp and 279 Nm of torque. They are also the best-performing in terms of acceleration and speed, going from 0 to 100 km/h in between 7 and 7.5 seconds (0 – 60 mph: between 6.7 and 7.1 seconds), and to a top speed of 229 km/h (142.29 mph) - 235 km/h (146.02 mph).
Jaguar X-Type vehicles, equipped with 2.0-liter diesel engines, are the most fuel efficient in the range. Their consumption (combined) is between 5.6 l/100 km (42 mpg) and 6.3 l/100 km (37.34 mpg).
The X-Type was produced at the time when Jaguar was owned by Ford. While it is not the same as Ford Mondeo, the two models shared the same platform, though modified for the X-Type, and the Jaguar was frequently called a "reshelled Ford Mondeo".
In terms of reliability, the later the Jaguar X-Type is, the better it performs, as early variants are not as well-built and are prone to issues. Later ones, however, are generally described as fun to drive, practical, and comfortable, with no major unexpected problems reported.