Car reviews - Jaguar - X-Type - 3.0 SE sedan
10 Jan 2002
ALL SE models feature full leather upholstery and at least some form of front seat electric adjustment. The 3.0-litre version has eight-way electric adjustment via two switches on the side of the seat cushion, though lumbar support and seat heating (with low and high temperature settings) are relegated to the options basket. The 2.5-litre version limits electric adjustment to seat height. Sport models use a cloth/leather seat combination and, like the 3.0 SE, has eight-way electric adjustment. A key does not have to be in the ignition for seat adjustment. The front head restraints have both height and swivel adjustment. The centre-rear headrest has two height positions only and should be extended when ever an occupant is in the centre seat.
Did you know?Jaguar began trading with the X-Type in Australia on October 1, 2001
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