While overall product sales in luxury car market of China decelerated marginally during the present fiscal following many years of convincing growth, the well-known Britain based first-class automaker Jaguar Land Rover has been quite successful in attaining many new milestones.
The carmaker, which is presently being wholly owned by India-based Tata Motors, has been able to deliver in excess of 60,000 models (all imports, in the Chinese market from the commencement of the current financial year to date, including nearly 6,000-Jaguars, and 55,000-Land Rovers). It has been said that the most recent numbers correspond to twelve-monthly improvement of more than 70-percent.
During the previous year, the automaker registered a 60-percent growth in overall sales by marketing nearly 42,000 models. Jaguar Land Rover’s Chinese sub-division President, Bob Grace, most recently opinioned that the impressive sales success of the automaker has been easily achieved, owing to the company’s swiftly increasing authorized dealership network in the country.
Grace made his comments on the company’s success on the opening day of the highly regarded Guangzhou Automotive Show that is presently underway, started on 22nd of November, expected to last until 2nd of December 2012. He said that the carmaker presently owns a durable network of nearly 147 authoritative dealerships spread in almost 87 cities.
In parts of Southern China itself, the automaker has signed up almost 30-dealers most recently, and among those dealers nearly 15 of them have already started working. The remaining dealerships are expected to become functional within the span of coming 6 months. He added that for each and every city in the nation where they plan to franchise, they usually have manifold applications. In general, the company could easily have nearly 10 to 15 different applications in a city.
He informed that the automaker has stringent rules and regulations in selecting associate dealers so as to make sure that they can deliver high-quality services to all their loyal consumers. In order to further improve its standing in the regions of the Southern China, the automaker is also planning to come up with a regional office along with a well-equipped training institution in Guangzhou sometime during the upcoming fiscal year, adding to the present company’s authorizes facilities in Shanghai, and Beijing.
Recently, at the Guangzhou Automotive Show, the automaker’s all-new Range Rover, and all-new Jaguar F-Type made their Chinese market debuts, following their international premier during September 2012 at the Paris Auto Show.