should i sell my 2005 jaguar X type I bought in 12/ 2016 with 49,000 paid under $5000

Asked by Feb 18, 2017 at 11:52 AM about the 2005 Jaguar X-TYPE 3.0L

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just bought 2005 x type 49,000 miles under $5000 figured radio was a
simple fix first time i filled gas tank gas would leak from fill hose my foot hit
brake light switch still have temp tag trooper gave me heads up poped
back in three day later overheating issues and driver seat belt block not
locking 49,000 miles this car has to many issues i belive this car  was
designed with women in mind  because some woman would go to dealer
where as some guys figure they can fix minor issues there self this is my
first time driving an AWD Excellent handling wife loves it SHOULD I
RESELL NOW

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You should sell if you don't like to repair it. A used Jag is never a good idea.

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THANK YOU Tom it is a nice car wife loves it i new i was putting $800 for new tires(dry rotting) i expected to pay a little more for repairs when the time came with 49,000 miles figured i had time the car stereo is very disappointing the over heating issues brake light switch driver,s seat buckle lock not working possably close $2000 extra dollars putting it up sale this weekend i,m happy you suggested selling its easy now latter on not so easy

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