Will my 5-year-old Jaguar X-Type be reliable for another three years and 50,000 miles?

I have a 5-year-old Jaguar X-Type 2.0-litre diesel that has done 80,000 miles. I like its economy, comfort and load capacity. My main mileage is on country roads and there are regular scrapes with hedges and branches when meeting other cars, so I do not particularly want to spend money on a replacement until I retire in about three years' time. Can you please advise whether there are any long-term reliability issues that I should watch out for if I keep this car for another three years and 50,000 miles?
All the information on X-type reliability can be found here: www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/jaguar/x-type-2001/; and www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/jaguar/x-type-estate.../.

As long as you keep the car serviced and well maintained, it should last the distance. Though after another 50,000 miles, it will be approaching the end of its life.
Answered by Dan Harrison on

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