JLR logs a global sales of 37,403 cars in November 2013, up 25 percent

Jaguar Land Rover, the UK’s leading manufacturer of premium luxury vehicles, owned by Tata Motors continues its sales success with a strong November performance, retailing 37,403 vehicles in the month, up 25 percent in contrast with the year ago period, according to a company statement. During the first eleven months of the year, Jaguar Land Rover sold 384,339 vehicles, up 19 percent.
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Sustained sales growth continues for Jaguar Land Rover with increases in: the China Region up 42 percent, North America up 37 percent, Asia Pacific up 32 percent, Europe up seven percent, other overseas markets up 42 percent, with the UK sales consistent with the previous year. Sales for the first eleven months of the year were up in all major regions with Asia Pacific up 30 percent, the China Region up 28 percent, North America up 21 percent, the UK up 14 percent, Europe up six percent and other overseas markets up 23 percent.
Commenting on the November performance Andy Goss, Jaguar Land Rover Group Sales Operations Director said: “November has been another solid month in what has so far, been a great year for Jaguar Land Rover. Our continued sales success is a testament to our sustained investment in new and exciting products which are driving growth internationally and attracting new customers to our brands”.
Jaguar
In November, Jaguar sold 6,244 vehicles up 55 percent reflecting particularly strong demand for the XJ and all XF derivatives, up 62 percent and 39 percent respectively. Jaguar demonstrated significant growth in the China Region, with North America up 105 percent, Asia Pacific up 62 percent, Europe up five percent, other overseas markets up 16 percent. The UK was down five percent as the registration year comes to an end.
Calendar year to date, Jaguar sold 69,655 vehicles up 42 percent with increases in each major region: the China Region up 144 percent, North America up 44 percent, Asia Pacific up 30 percent, the UK up 17 percent, Europe up 17 percent and other overseas markets up 31 percent.
Land Rover
In November, Land Rover sold 31,159 vehicles, up 20 percent with strong performances from all models in the range: Defender up 27 percent and Range Rover Evoque up ten percent. Range Rover and Range Rover Sport continue to sell well across all markets. Land Rover demonstrated growth in all major regions: North America up 25 percent, Asia Pacific up 25 percent, China Region up 27 percent, the UK showed an improvement, Europe up seven percent and other overseas markets up 45 percent.
Calendar year to date, Land Rover sold 314,684 vehicles up 14 percent with increases in all major regions: Asia Pacific up 31%, North America up 15 percent, UK up 13 percent, China Region up 14 percent, Europe up four percent and other overseas markets up 22 percent.

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