Record sales for Jaguar Land Rover despite tougher trading conditions

Performance is in contrast to declines in the UK market
Despite tough conditions in some key markets, Jaguar Land Rover has announced record sales results – selling more than 600,000 vehicles in a calendar year for the first time in its history. For 2017, global sales reached 621,109 vehicles (2016: 583,313), a 7% increase on the prior year – and more than triple the 2009 figure (the company’s first full year under Tata Motors’ ownership). The figures are in sharp contrast to the decline seen in the UK last year, but reflective of the continued global appeal of the brand, esp... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...