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Autotrader Find: 2007 Jaguar X-Type Wagon With 18,000 Miles

If you’re looking for a rare, affordable car you can use for family transport, look no further than the Jaguar X-Type Wagon — a very rare station wagon version of the already-rare entry-level Jaguar X-Type sedan, which was made in the early- and mid-2000s. But while most X-Type Wagon models are worn out by now, this one is absolutely pristine, with just 18,000 miles.

Finished in black with a beige interior, this X-Type Wagon hails from 2007, which was the X-Type’s second-to-last year on the market. The Wagon came out for the 2005 model year, so it had an abbreviated run compared to the sedan, which came out for 2002. And although the X-Type was never known for being Jaguar’s best, the condition of this wagon is hard to ignore.

Specifically, this X-Type Wagon has traveled just under 18,000 miles, and it shows: the exterior and interior are in fantastic condition, with very little wear throughout. This is undoubtedly the nicest X-Type Wagon on Autotrader, and probably one of the nicest in existence — and if you’re in the market, you should snap it up.

Of course, not many people were in the market for an X-Type Wagon in 2007, and even fewer are there today — but if you are, this particular X-Type Wagon is offered by Silver State Imports in Raleigh, North Carolina, for $12,995, which is a reasonable price considering this car’s limited wear and mileage.

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    • While it is on a platform shared with the second generation Ford Mondeo, the Contour was based on the first gen. It’s nothing new to share midsize platforms across higher models.

  1. I remember myself thinking how dull Jaguar styling was around this particular era, and I still do today. These were never pretty, and their design hasn’t aged well. They kinda remind me of those crappy kit cars Mitsuoka made in Japan. I think the F-Type was a massive improvement for the brand’s overall aesthetics.

  2. Oh why do you tease me! It’s a top spec 3.0 V6 (Duratec) one too. Price though seems really, really high but I have an odd love for these. 

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