Land Rover, Jaguar first-half 2011 China sales up 48%

2011 Jaguar XJ

Tata Motors’ owned Jaguar and Land Rover has just announced their sales reports for the first-half of 2011 in the Chinese market. The two gladly announced that their sales are up by 48% when compared to last year’s figure.

From January to June, Land Rover and Jaguar sold a total of 18,598 units, up from 12,472 during the same period last year.

Broken down, this translates into an increase of 50% in deliveries for Land Rover with a total of 16,322 units and  44%, for Jaguar to 2,186 units.

– By: Chris Chin

Source: Automotive News