An odd thing happened as Americans’ taste for luxury vehicles grew in recent years: Jaguar, the venerable British marquee, struggled to gain traction.
In fact, U.S. sales of Jaguar’s flagship sedan, the XJ, are on pace for their slowest year since 2010.
Although this may be worrying to the carmaker and Jaguar dealers, owners of the 2015 XJ and its long-wheelbase version, the XJL, won’t have to worry about seeing many other new XJs in their country club parking lots. And they’ll still have a stylish, large sedan that almost looks like a coupe from the side because of the slope of its rear roofline.
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