Jaguar Land Rover sales rise by 32 percent in India

Tata owned British car maker JLR has recorded a rise of about 32 percent in the auto sales compared to the last year’s figures. In 2011 Jaguar Land Rover was able to sale about 1813 units which has increased by about 32 percent to 2393 unit.

On the encouraging market figures, JLR’s Vice President India, Rohit Suri said that at the time when Indian auto market was showing sluggish pace Jaguar Land Rover continued to grow with the rapid rate with the dynamic and diverse vehicle range that is quite different from the other luxury auto maker. He further added that JLR is planning to introduce new products in the market and is hopping to increase its market share in the luxury segment.

Jaguar Land Rover sales rise by 32 percent in India
The popular Jaguar F type is all set to hit Indian market this year along with the refreshed version of XF and XJ. Land Rover has already revealed their powerful new Range Rover last year.

Land Rover currently sells, Land Rover Discovery 4, Freelander 2, Range Rover Evoque, Jaguar Range Rover Sport and new Range Rover. On the other hand Jaguar’s India lineup includes XF, XFR, XKR-S, XKR and sporty XJ.

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