Jaguar has unveiled a freshened X-Type sedan and wagon which are going to be competing directly with BMW's 3-series models. According to Jaguar, there are about 500 new changes in this new model which is based on the XJ line. Four different seat styles and a variety of trim elements adorn the cabin, and the instrument cluster has been modernized in the style of the new XF. Updated Bluetooth, Parking Assist, and support for digital audio broadcasts are among the techno bullet points.
One of the strong selling points that the new X-Type brings to the table is the new automatic transmission in the acclaimed 2.2 diesel.
On sale in the UK in March and other European markets in April, but no other information regarding the North American market.