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New York's bright stars ... and lesser lights

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 6, 2015

Under the bright lights of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, the vehicles at the New York auto show are a lot like the performers on Broadway, making grand entrances and gunning for attention — some more successfully than others....
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Jaguar's revamped XF sedan slims down to boost fuel efficiency

3:00 pm U.S. ET | March 24, 2015

Jaguar's redesigned XF sedan has taken a big leap in refinement, weight savings and fuel efficiency. The brand unveiled the second generation of its best-seller with a spectacular high-wire stunt drive across the Thames river in London on Tuesday....
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Jaguar unveils new XF; touts sedan's good looks, fuel efficiency

March 24, 2015 17:09 CET

Jaguar says its new XF sedan has taken a big leap in levels of refinement, low weight and fuel efficiency. The brand unveiled the second generation of its best-seller with a high-wire stunt drive in London....
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Jaguar's redesigned XF sedan set for New York debut

8:00 pm U.S. ET | March 17, 2015

Jaguar will unveil the redesigned 2016 XF sports sedan -- built on the company's new aluminum-intensive architecture -- at the New York International Auto Show next month....
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Jaguar poised to pounce in 2015

Jan. 5, 2015 06:01 CET

Jaguar is poised to have a record 2015 and to increase global sales to well above 200,000 vehicles this decade as a massive investment in products, plants and underpinnings starts to pay dividends....
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Jaguar picks XE as first China-made model

Dec. 21, 2014 06:01 CET

Jaguar's new XE will be the brand's first model made in China. The midsize premium sedan will be built alongside the Land Rover SUVs in Changshu....
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Toyota's Lentz in Texas: A Lexus regret, fixing 'starved' Scion, the next Prius

Toyota's Lentz in Texas: A Lexus regret, fixing 'starved' Scion, the next Prius

Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz is a pioneer. He and a handful of other employees moved to north Texas last September to help build the automaker's new U.S. headquarters.
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