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SPIED! Jaguar XE Sportbrake

Discussion in 'XE' started by rs271, Apr 20, 2017 at 5:48 PM.

  1. rs271

    rs271 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

  2. Giannis

    Giannis Global Moderator / Editor Staff Member

    It's nice and it's late.
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    • KiwiRob

      KiwiRob Active Member

      Are you sure that's not the XF? Ia Cullum said there wasn't going to be an XE wagon. It's a mistake IMO, the wagon is necessary to compete with the german trio.

    • tristatez28lt1

      tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

      Agreed. In that class even more than in the higher segment. Similar example: see the sales issue for Europe with the Giulia that is not getting a wagon.
    • Fido

      Fido Well-Known Member Spy Photographer

      Giulia has other and different problem. They could be selling many cars and they cannot a cause of the price and iths position in the market. I can be agreed that one car producer wants to compete with BMW (I tell this brand because someone from Alfa has told that BMW is the rival and we have seen a lot of comparisons with M3/M4...), but the 3-Series is offered with many levels of powers and Giulia not. The quality is very different too between both cars and european people prefers to spend their money in one of three germans (3-Series, C-Class or A4).

      I'm sure that they would not sell with a Giulia Wagon. It's a pity, because I'm owner from one Alfa 147 and, for me, is a very good car. But I know to someone of Infiniti Press in Spain and told me that "compete with the germans and sell more is very difficult; as impossible", telling with Q60 Coupé... Someone from Lexus told me the same long time ago. So, if it's difficult for these japanese, that they are in premium segment from a long time, imagine Alfa...
    • KiwiRob

      KiwiRob Active Member

      I have absolutely no idea what the hell you are trying to say Fido, typing drunk??? ;)

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