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JLR retail sales rises 31% YoY to 1,371 units in Q1FY25
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JLR retail sales rises 31% YoY to 1,371 units in Q1FY25

| @indiablooms | 10 Jul 2024, 05:51 pm

Mumbai: Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) on Wednesday said that its retail sales rose by 31 percent year-on-year to 1,371 units in the first quarter ending June 30, 2024.

Sales of the Defender and Range Rover Evoque increased by over 50 percent, with the Defender being the top-selling model, according to a statement from the company, which is part of Tata Motors.

The Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, and Defender models collectively represent 75 percent of the total order book, the statement added.

"Our performance is tracking favourably as per our expectations. Alongside our robust sales, our order bank also grew by 10 per cent compared to the beginning of the fiscal year showing continuous growth in demand while we continue to enhance our supplies into the market," JLR India MD Rajan Amba said.

The Defender remains the most sought-after model, and with the extraordinary response to the locally manufactured Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, the company remains confident of sustaining this momentum and delivering another successful year, he added.

The Indian market is responding well to our exciting product lineup, Amba stated.

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