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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

By Pranjal Gera

Global rise in sales of JLR in the September month

Tata Motors acquired British company; Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has conquered another high and this time again on the global front. The company has scaled 26 percent increase in sales globally; this feat was achieved for September month this year. In the global auto market China has emerged as the highest gainer with 157 percent for the mesmerizing Jaguar models and about 85 percent for the phenomenal Land Rover models.

The demand for the JLR vehicles worldwide is rising and it is evident by the reports coming in. A market like Russia has recorded an up of sales by 16 percent. In Brazil the company received its best sales figures till date; a growth of 55 percent. Coming home to India, it recorded a satisfactory and ever strengthening development in sales with 155 percent.

The Tata Motors of India bought the UK based automotive company in the year 2008 and Jaguar Land Rover Company came into existence. Earlier, Tata Motors had attained the title of being the No.1 auto manufacturer in Britain with the potency of about 40,000 employees.

Charged up with the increased sales numbers globally the company has launched some new models, which are made keeping in mind the UK and European auto market. If successful, the same will be sold overseas. The newly designed vehicles will certainly grab the attention of the car consumers all over the globe with their class-apart features. The capable sale of JLR has insisted the firm to call back the exhilarating vehicles such as the Range Rover Evoque.

Comments (2)



Wednesday, October 12, 2011

It is enough to say that Tata company is really good because company name in whole world.



Thursday, October 13, 2011

Much of the increase came from Jaguar, which saw demand rise by a whopping 157 percent in China, Land Rover, by comparison, reported gains of 85 percent in the same market.

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