Jaguar/Land Rover To Increase Dealerships In China By 40%

Nauman Farooq
by Nauman Farooq
Ask any auto manufacturer and they will say that one of the most important car markets at the moment is China. With their population and economic growth, China is now one of the largest car markets in the world, and it shows no signs of slowing down.

Want proof? Jaguar and Land Rover have decided to open another 40 dealerships in China this year, bringing the total number to 100.

Jaguar/Land Rover opened a flagship store in Beijing last month, and expects to sell 400 vehicles a year from this facility. Another new showroom in the city of Tianjin has also opened doors, and should move about 200 vehicles a year.

In 2010, Jaguar/Land Rover sales doubled in China, with Jaguar moving 2700 vehicles, while Land Rover moved an astonishing 23,500 vehicles, suggesting SUV’s are the preferred mode of transport for the rich.

(Source: Autocar)

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