Plugging a hole in the line-up
Jaguar has been doing pretty well since it broke away from Ford ( in 2008. Sales have taken off sharply in recent years. But there is still one glaring hole in the British luxury brand's line-up. )
Jaguar, now owned by India-based Tata ( Motors, does not have anything close to an "entry-level" car to compete against a BMW 3-series or Mercedes C-class. )
During the Ford years, there was the X-type but that car, based on a Ford sedan, was derided by critics as unworthy of the Jaguar name. The new XE, Jaguar says, will be a true luxury competitor.
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