Jaguar Land Rover has reported its best-ever October sales. The British manufacturer owned by Tata Motors has retail sales of 43,325 vehicles last month and compared to October 2015, it has a growth of 11 percent.
The company achieved this growth thanks to the strong sales of the Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque, Jaguar XF and the new Jaguar F-PACE. There is also strong year on year sales growth in China and Europe.
Andy Goss, Jaguar Land Rover Group Sales Operations Director said, "With our most engaging product line-up to date we are continuing to see positive sales momentum.
"Impressive performances across Europe and China have boosted our year-to-date sales to over 480,000 vehicles."
For Jaguar, this October was the best ever month for the company, with retail sales of 14,402 units and that is 93 percent up on the previous year. This is because of the launch of F-PACE and the introduction of the long-wheelbase XFL in China.
Land Rover's October sales were 31,923 units, down 9 percent year-on-year. This is because the production of the Defender and Discovery was stopped in January 2016 and August 2016 respectively.
The best seller of October was the Discovery Sport, retailing 9,605 units, up by 34 percent. It was closely followed by the Range Rover Evoque, retailing 9,012 vehicles, up by 17 percent.