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JLR sales in India up 22% last year
| 19 January, 2014
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NEW DELHI, 18 JAN: Jaguar Land Rover today reported 22 per cent increase in India sales last year at 2,913 units. The company said launching of new models, strengthening of dealership network and customer engagement initiatives helped in boosting sales growth.
JLR India vice-president Rohit Suri said a rising number of discerning class of individuals in the entrepreneurial, executive and professional segments helped in the growth. “A strong dealer network focused on providing one of the best after sales service and high re-sale value commanded by Jaguar and Land Rover cars is making customers come back for repeat purchases already,” he added.
In 2013, under the Jaguar umbrella, the company had launched the Jaguar XF with 2.2 litre diesel engine followed by a 2.0 litre petrol engine variant and sports car F-Type. pti

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