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Jaguar X-type Rear Window Replacement

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Nationwide Jaguar X-type Rear Window Replacement

We offer our services across the country. No matter where you are, if you’re in need of any car glass replacements, we will help.

Our team of technicians is equipped with industry leading tools and are well trained to handle any windscreen replacement.

Our mobile Rear Window Replacement service can come to you. We’ll work around your schedule to make things as convenient as we can, quickly getting you and your Jaguar X-type back on the road. Most of the time, in just a few hours.

Your new Jaguar X-type Rear Window Replacement will match the same technical and safety characteristics of the current one.

Jaguar X-type Rear Window Replacement

Book your Jaguar X-type Rear Window Replacement with confidence

We are committed to delivering the highest standards of service. As part of this, we offer a lifetime guarantee on our workmanship and parts.

  • Nationwide mobile service
  • Instant Rear Window Replacement quote
  • Online booking
  • High quality glass
  • Parts check
  • 24 hour support

Jaguar X-type

The Jaguar X-Type is a compact executive car that was produced by the British manufacturer Jaguar Cars from 2001 to 2009.

The X-Type was launched in 2001 as a direct competitor to the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. It was based on an enlarged version of the Ford Mondeo's platform and shared many of its mechanical components with the Mondeo.

Despite its status as Jaguar's entry-level model, the X-Type included several high-end features, such as all-wheel drive and an adaptive cruise control system.

However, it could never compete with its German rivals in terms of sales or critical acclaim. In 2009, Jaguar announced that the X-Type would be discontinued due to declining sales.

Although it was not a commercial success, the X-Type remains an important part of Jaguar's history.