I merely wished to tell you the seller did not correspond or call. So in 6 months I've replaced a battery. It was sheer impulse attracted to a cheap price with low mileage. Yes, I love Jaguars, always have and hopefully they will just keep getting better like they are at the moment. One down side of the x type is the headlights, they are not particularly powerful on dipped beam. I've spent a few quid.
I had to fill the stars in above because this email would not send unless that was completed. The leather seats are comfortable even after a long journey the wood inserts and black trim compliment each other and make the cabin a nice place to be compared to my 3 series bm which flet like a hospital ward sterile and uninviting. Hi Jim, I checked out the thread you posted a link to and have also checked the servo by pumping the brakes until the pedal went hard and then starting the engine and observing that the pedal sinks a bit, is there any other way of testing the servo and have you any ideas as to what else could be wrong; since fitting the high performance discs and pads the brakes do seem a bit better, there just seems to be a delay before they fully bite - or could it be the case that the X Type braking system is just a very poor one. The car appears well made giving a quiet comfortable ride, across both local and motorway trips including numerous European countries. It's impractical, over 12 years old. This engine is ideally suited to the car. What's it like to drive? This 2495 cc engine size produces 196 horsepower with 241 Nm torque.
The running costs are very acceptable and overall the vehicle still looks good. My only gripe is the steering could be more positive, 5 out of 5 stars by Orlando from San Mateo on Wed Jul 12 2017 When you looking for a car that has aged. Now part of the history of this great Automobile. Tends to go through rear bushes. Without bragging I could easily have gotten a more expensive car. £460 on a alternator as I was getting intermittent battery light. Hi all, I have a 2001 Jaguar X Type 2.
Fuel tank capacity is 62 liters. It has now done 190k and I think the injectors need replacing but that seems a pretty good innings for the Delphi items. What are you likely to buy next? What's it like to park? I think that earlier suggestions are correct - the servo is not working correctly, probably leaking away the vacuum from the reservoir. If you're looking for a car like this ,be sure to buy it from a 92-year-old lady who's always kept in the garage. Jaguar had been owned by Ford for nearly 13 years when this car was produced.
The xenon headlamps work fine, but aren't worth £700 in my opinion. May 2014 Did you get a good deal and why? The boot a little shallow. I've had it remapped and that gives me an extra 5-7 mpg around 1-1. Easy, good visibilty and rear park assist beepers. All wheel drive coupled with manual gearbox makes for excellent handling and road-holding.
Solved that with a little gadget on ebay that goes into the gig. The performance of the 4. Lovely for whooshing along fast A or B roads, nice quiet motorway cruiser. The autobox is very slow and jerky. The vehicle was bought at 3rs old with 15,000 on the clock with full service history.
Eventually I replaced them with a set of 17 inch with more tyre to cushion the knocks from pot holes! What's most practical about your car? The key to buying this cars to buying is finding one that is well-kept. Had mine 12 months now. From demist vents lifting - unfixable according to dealer. There is something that makes me feel very special when driving my X Type. Ride is good, but road noise is a bit excessive on the Pirelli P6000s, apparently Continentals are better.
I found a petrol and had learnt that this was 4 wheel drive by researching online. Fuel economy in city is 15. Today I have just over 85,000 miles, and the only money I've spent on repairs has been on normal wear and tear items. It is quick enough to keep me ahead of trouble and comfortable enough for me, my wife and two kids to go anywhere without a problem. What does this car say about you? General Comments: I bought this car as I always wanted a Jaguar, and it appeared to be a good buy - low mileage, service history, etc. It's a green Jag x-type estate, I cannot recollect now whether it was definitely a diesel 2. All i have had to buy is a blanking plate for the dreaded egr.
Touch wood I've had no reliability issues so far apart from replacing rear bushes. No Review Date: 29th May, 2005 Faults: The boot lock suffers with sticking when opened with the key. These S-Type Jags have a great retro look, excellent performace and handling. General Comments: Ownership costs high - car was heavy on fuel best 28 mpg , averaged 25 mpg, servicing costs higher than previous models about 20% than Nissan Very comfortable ride over long distances - accomplished cruiser. Favourite gadget, option or accessory? Have you had any problems with the car? If you're thinking of buying one, I would recommend the winter pack, which comes with the automatic headlights and automatic windscreen wipers. After several months and a consistent search on many websites, and kissing a number of frogs I found a 2001 in Pennsyvaina with only 55K miles and in almost showroom condition.