JLR Sales up by 14 percent in the First Half of this Year

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has recorded an increase of 14% in its sale facts during the initial 6 month period of the subsisting year (2013).

Tata Motors completely possessed firm has sold around 210,190 vehicle units during the first half, and also recorded an encouraging sales increase of about 7% internationally in the last month (June 2013).

June year-to-date sale figures remained up for the firm in each and every major area comprising Asia Pacific surged 26 per cent, Overseas increased 18 per cent, United Kingdom and China province both surged 16 per cent, North America augmented 13 per cent, and Europe increased 6 per cent.

While talking on the 6 month performance, Mr. Phil Popham, JLR Group Sales Operations Director stated, “It is really hopeful to witness both our Jaguar and Land Rover brands delivering sturdy sale facts crosswise our 178 zones.

Jaguar Land Rover
New model launchings have been incredibly well received with the brand-new Range Rover marketing over 22,000 vehicle units since introduction.

“The F-KIND which obtained an overjoyed reception from media people in its worldwide launch in June is off to a brilliant commencement with novel clients and will go on sale in the Chinese market in July 2013.”

JLR sold 37,636 vehicle units during the first 6 month period of 2013, which was up 29 per cent.

This shows the impact of the brand-new Jaguar F-TYPE which has sold almost 3,000 vehicle units since introduction and sales of XF which, at 24,099 vehicle units replicates the optimistic impact of the 3.0 V6 and 2.0 4-cylinder petrol engines, AWD and Sportbrake derivatives.

The firm showed sturdy enhancement in all of the key zones comprising: China zone up 85 per cent, United Kingdom up 22 per cent, North American section up 23 per cent, Asia Pacific surged 21 per cent, and Overseas up 20 per cent and Europe zoomed 13 per cent.

In the month of June, Jaguar sold around 6,574 vehicle units, 34 per cent up with performances in each key zone as follows: China surged 102 per cent, North American section up 64 per cent, Asia Pacific zoomed 24 per cent, United Kingdom up 16 United Kingdom, Abroad increased 13 per cent and Europe remained down by around 5 per cent because of the complicated economic trading circumstances in a few markets.

Land Rover sold 172,554 vehicle units in the first six months of 2013, up 11% with positive performances in all major regions: Asia Pacific up 28 per cent, Overseas up 18 per cent, UK up 15 per cent, North America up 10 per cent, China up 6 per cent, and Europe up 5 per cent.

Freelander 2 carries on delivering a sturdy performance with retail sale facts for the zone up 28 per cent.

During the last month, Land Rover sold 27,165 vehicle units up 2 per cent in spite of the run out of Range Rover Sport. Freelander 2 was again a sturdy performer with sales up 13 per cent, and Discovery 4 carries on delivering, up by 9 per cent.

Provincial performances are explained as follows: Asia Pacific remained up by 36 per cent, United Kingdom surged 10 per cent, China zone stayed flat and both North American and European zones signaled minor cushioning as a direct outcome of the Range Rover Sport run out.

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