The UK’s leading manufacturer of luxury automobiles, Jaguar Land Rover, sold 34,877 vehicles in the month of January 2013, upped by 32% as compared to the same duration of last year. Significant growth is experienced in all the markets, namely China (by 74%), Asia Pacific (by 46%), Europe (by 10%), North America (by 24%) and its homeland UK (by 33%) too.
Phil Popham, Jaguar Land Rover Director of Group Sales Operations said, “With one of the best month’s sales performances ever, both Jaguar and Land Rover brands have had a very strong start to the year”. He also affirmed that the new launches of Land Rover and 2013-spec XJ and XF models had played brilliantly for such boosting results.
Detailing it further, Land Rover had rolled out 29,118 vehicles in the last month (being increased by 31%), as Freelander’s proportion rose by 57% topping the models chart. UK, USA and Germany showed positive vibes to this luxury off-road moniker.
However, moving on to the other one i.e. Jaguar, 5,759 vehicles were sold under the stride of pouncing jaws. Overall sales of Jaguar are raised by 40% while XJ emerged as the winner with a whopping 70% increment which is followed by 37% of XF. This British luxury marquee did well in all the major markets of world with no exception to anyone of them. XF Sportbrake of smaller displacements with AWD had proven itself a star in the whole range.