Jaguar’s UK sales in November have risen by 50 per cent compared to the same month last year with a total of 1463 models sold.
This success has been led by both the XK and XF models – with sales increasing by 78.4 per cent and 149 per cent respectively for the month.
Geoff Cousins, Managing Director, Jaguar UK said: ‘The momentum for XF just keeps on going. We have now sold more XF models so far this year, in its second year in showrooms, than we did at the same point in 2008, when we launched. Selling 9128 XF so far this year compared to 8462 sales year to date in 2008 is a great result. This result highlights the demand we continue to see for XF in our showrooms following the introduction of the excellent new 3.0-litre diesel engine.
‘The success of both the new XF and XK models demonstrates excitement and interest in the new range of Jaguar cars. I am delighted these figures reflect a step forward for Jaguar UK within a challenging market and I expect it to continue when the new XJ joins the line-up in 2010.’
[Source: Jaguar UK]
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