Jaguar XF Sportbrake May Be Offered Outside Europe

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Now that Jaguar has shown the world the station wagon version of the XF, it is time to talk about what markets will get to enjoy the practical big cat. The vehicle will obviously be sold in Europe after it greets the public at the Geneva Motor Show, but what other parts of the world will receive it?
Well, we’ll start by telling you that Jaguar won’t bring the XF Sportbrake to the US. However, this doesn’t mean that the car will stay on the old continent only, as Jaguar is considering offering it on other overseas markets on the long run, as a company spokesman told Automotive News.

We’ll remind you that the vehicle will be launched with diesel engines only (a 2.2-liter and a 3.0-liter unit will be offered), while its on-paper practicality sits at 1,675 liters (59.1 cubic feet).
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