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Recall roundup: Jaguar F-Type, XF and XJ for two separate problems


Jaguar has recently announced two separate recalls which will be affecting the F-Type, the XF and the XJ. The British based automaker Jaguar is currently getting ready to fix a couple of problems spotted with the F-Type, with the XF and with the XJ. According to the car manufacturer, two recalls have been announced, one for all three models, because of ...
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New Jaguar XF caught on the open road
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The British based automaker Jaguar has recently announced two separate recalls for the XK and XF, for the CAC and switch in the overhead roof console, respectively. According to the National ...
Recall roundup: Jaguar XF
The British based automaker Jaguar has announced a recall for the 2013 XF because of a hose clamp which can come loose, affecting the BA and the steering. According to the ...
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India: Jaguar XF starts production in Pune
The Jaguar XF has recently entered production at the company’s facility in Pune, India, after a joint venture deal has been signed with Chinese carmaker Chery. According to the British based ...
Jaguar XF enters production in India
Jaguar has recently announced the production start of the new XF in India, at the company’s facility in Pune. According to the British based automaker, this is the first time in ...
Jaguar starts XF assembly in India
Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors luxury-car unit, has started assembling two variants of its Jaguar XF sedan in India. According to the Wall Street Journal, the move will allow the company to ...
Recall roundup: Jaguar XF
The new Jaguar XF is being recalled because of a problem with the fuel pump which might shut down because of the electronic modules which control it. According to the National ...
New Jaguar XF entry-level arrives in Australia
A new entry-level version of the Jaguar XF has been recently launched in Australia, equipped with a 2.0 liter petrol engine. Good news for those of you living in Australia who ...

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