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Bronx, New York, United States

Bronx, New York, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually SKU:PL:904LLB2 Placement on Vehicle:Rear Brand:Philips Quantity Needed:1; Manufacturer Part Number:904LLB2 UPC:Does not apply

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Jaguar XF Diesel S (2010) Review & Road Test part 2

Fri, 29 Oct 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar XF Diesel S Review – a really very nice interior What you get with the XF Diesel S is a car that is so close to the XFR in the way it handles and performs it’s hard to believe you’re ploughing along in a 3.0 litre diesel. The wall of torque the Diesel S produces certainly helps – it’s within a whisker of the torque the 5.0 litre XFR delivers – and for much of the time the XF Diesel S manages to do a very credible impersonation of its petrol-engined sibling. True, you don’t get all the XFR’s goodies bolted to the XF Diesel S even after you’ve dished up £3k+ to grab the two sporty packages.

Design Services: Ficosa International

Mon, 10 Apr 2006 00:00:00 -0700

In the hierarchy of car design the exterior of a powerful sports car is usually regarded as the highest level whilst the design of some of the smaller functional components tends to sit at the bottom. But even for companies not obviously dependant on sexy curves to help them make money, design is increasingly being recognised as a critical ingredient for commercial success. Whilst most large suppliers have grown their design capability over the last decade, few have truly embraced the potential of having a focus on Design within their corporate strategy.

Jaguar F-Type sold out until end of 2013

Fri, 31 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

If you want a new Jaguar F-Type, you won’t get one until the end of 2013 The new Jaguar F-Type may not be a volume car for Jaguar – it’s place in jaguar’s lineup is to cast a rosy, sporty glow on the whole Jaguar range – but the numbers sold already seem to indicate the F-Type will end up selling even more than the 75,000 a year Jaguar hoped – assuming they can up production. Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar’s Global Brand Director, has confirmed to Automotive News that the new F-Type is already selling strongly, despite only going on sale a month ago, and the F-Type is sold out for at least the next six months. “Customers who order the car now will be lucky to get one by the end of this year”, he said.