2007 Jaguar X-TYPE Values
Select a 2007 Jaguar X-TYPE trim level
2007 model year changes
Dynamic stability control becomes standard across the Jaguar X-Type model lineup for 2007, and sedans now get increased equipment, with a moonroof and split folding rear seats now standard. Sportwagons also have increased standard equipment, including standard reverse park control, premium sound, rain-sensing wipers, and new 17-inch Bermuda alloy wheels. In options, a new Luxury Package replaced the former VDP and Premium Packages for the sedan, and the Premium Sound Package is a new standalone option. Also, Bluetooth hands-free technology and Sirius satellite radio are now available across the line.
Standard all-wheel drive traction; ride and handling; luxurious interior appointments.
Special features for 2007
The 2007 X-type, the smallest and most affordable Jaguar model, has standard all-wheel drive and sporty handling, with a nice ride and luxurious interior, making it an often-overlooked alternative to the Audi A4/A6. The Sportwagon stands out as distinctively different when compared to German-brand competitors.
A carry-over from 2006, the X-Type is a four-door five-passenger sport sedan (or sport wagon) that features a 3.0-liter V6 engine generating 227 horsepower and linked to a five-speed automatic transmission.