Update On 17K miles Jag XT 3.0With High Speed Vibration Problem
By tggary on
2004 Jaguar X-Type 3.0 4dr AWD Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)
Fortunately, the Dealer I bought this car from went the extra mile needed to rectify the problem. Besides new wheels and a few other replaced parts, they provided a second new set of tires, again alligned and balanced of course, and I took the car up to 90 on the highway with zero vibration evident, and a whole new ride overrall. Then when I went through my glove compartment to review the Registration paperwork, I found another envelope with my name on it -- inside was cash equal to my first month's paymment.
The Dealer carries all highline and next to highline vehicles at bottom line pricing and obviously backs up the customer in regard to the New York State Warranty rules. Contact me at TGGaryVerizon.net if you are interested in knowing more - Good News! The dreaded high speed vibration in the X Type does have a fix.
Wood Steering Wheel, Jag Hood Ornament, Cornering Capability, Fun factor, Accelleration is good.
Let's see the X Replacement with slightly roomier back seat with cupholders, more reliable tires on stock car, more horsepower and a more forgiving allignment set up...
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