Feb 15th 2011 5:40PM As one of the few X-Type wagon owners in the US, I say build it. I'm going to need a replacement soon.
Jaguar could use a little more selection on its lots and this could help expand their base. Of course, the X-Type wagon certainly didn't do it. But, Americans have forgotten that wagons can be cool.
Aug 18th 2010 12:26PM I think the C pillar is meant to trick the eye into thinking the back-glass is bigger than it is.
Get it in any colour and tint the windows. That will clear up the awkwardness.
Aug 11th 2010 2:11PM Well, It's pretty much an over-designed mess. But, I will say it looks nice from the back in my opinion. What's so strange is that I'd never match the back with the front. They look like two entirely different houses.
Jul 3rd 2010 1:07AM I had one of the very first Prii (plural) imported. What a fine car. Totally unique with a great personality.
Jul 1st 2010 12:26PM For once and for all, would automakers please stop up-sizing for the American market?
Bring it here as it is in Europe.
Jun 13th 2010 12:13AM Nice. Beautiful shots from the Gulf Coast there. Notice the Alabama plates.
Rest assured that the beautiful beaches shown in the photos are now stained with oil.
More fossil-fueled cars please! There's more beaches to ruin!
Jun 11th 2010 12:05AM I just sold mine. I got one of the very first delivered in my area. I really liked the car overall. It was terrific for running errands and fun drive. But the transmission was clunky and my clutch(es) 3! proved unreliable. The traction control failed as did the air conditioning. Light bulbs also proved problematic. All this in less than 19K miles.
That being said, I will buy another when it's electric and not saddled with the crazy transmission. The other issues, while annoying, I can live with.
Jun 6th 2010 1:48AM I agree. It's similar to the Birmingham, Alabama Airport.
It's too cold. I think I could warm it up but there's a lot of windows to maintain. A flock of birds could ruin your day.
Seriously, it's a fantastic design from a conceptual standpoint but living in it could prove awkward.