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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-23-02, 01:53 PM
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Does anyone know where the annual production numbers can be found for jaguar? I am curious as to how many of each model are made each year.
Also, does anyone know the first year for the XKR?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-23-02, 03:13 PM
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I will see what i can find out for you!
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-01-02, 07:53 PM
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I haven't had much luck so far. They did release some figures on the launch of the X type. I have been looking through my old articles. 400000 seems to ring a bell but I can't be sure. I will try and email someone to see if we can't get a better answer
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Today's Wall Street Journal reported Land Rover, Jaguar and Aston Martin will begin combining dealers this year in an effort to compete more effectively in the U.S. with BMW, Mercedes and Lexus.

North American Premier Automotive Group president Mike O'Driscoll, said the company plans to combine some 150 Jaguar dealers and 140 Land Rover retailers in the U.S. into 200 stores, around 40 of those dealers will carry Aston Martin as an additional brand.

PAG's strategy is to create a strong BMW alternative out of the three British Brands. Selling more vehicles through fewer outlets would help improve dealer profits, and give the brands more leverage with retailers. Mr. O'Driscoll noted Land Rover, Jaguar and Aston Martin will likely sell 100,000 vehicles in the U.S. this year, up from 72,000 vehicles last year. By comparison, BMW sold 213,127 cars and SUV's in the U.S. last year.
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4 January 2002


For the first time in its eighty year history Jaguar has sold over 100,000 cars in a year. Jaguar's Managing Director Mike Beasley announced the company's fourth successive year of record sales when he unveiled the new Jaguar S-Type range at the Los Angeles Motor Show yesterday (Thursday January 3rd).
"During a very competitive year for premium car sales, and in an increasingly uncertain economic environment, I am delighted to announce yet another sales record for Jaguar," said Mike Beasley. "During 2001 we sold 100,770 cars in our markets around the world. The new X-Type has been a major factor in our sales success. Over 30,000 X-Types have been sold since its mid year launch and the sales rate accelerated as the new car became available in our markets around the world during the second half of the year."

In Jaguar's biggest global market, the United States the company sold a record 44,532 cars during 2001. Sales in the United Kingdom totalled 22,120 cars, another new sales record for Jaguar and an increase of 47 percent over 2000. Record sales were also achieved in continental Europe and other overseas markets.

In the UK Jaguar has sold just under 10,000 X-Types since its launch in May last year. Initially available with 2.5 litre and 3 litre engine variants, the X-Type has rapidly established a presence in those sectors of the compact premium saloon market in which it competes. In the UK, for example, the X-Type takes 65 percent of its market segment and in Italy the car has 60 percent of its segment.

"We expect to see further growth in our sales during 2002 as the new 2 litre version of the X-Type and the new and extended S-Type range go on sale," said Mike Beasley, at the Los Angeles Show.

Jaguar's S-Type range has now been extended to seven models with the addition of three new 2.5 litre V6 engined variants, a 4.2 litre normally aspirated V8 powered version and the range-topping 4.2 litre supercharged S-Type R. The S-Type R, which develops 400 bhp, is the most powerful saloon ever produced by Jaguar.

All versions of the new S-Type range feature a completely redesigned interior, class leading occupant safety systems and new front and extensively redesigned rear suspensions. A new six-speed ZF automatic transmission – an industry first in the S-Type's sector – is available across the full S-Type range. A total of 135,000 S-Types have been sold since the car was launched in 1999 – making it the fastest selling Jaguar in the company's history.
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-09-02, 11:18 AM
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Well I've just done a quick search and have only found individual sales for models sold in the U.S. for 2001/2000.

2001 9,765
2000 0

2001 19,548
2000 24,507

2001 10,082
2000 12,492

2001 5,137
2000 6,729

2001 44,532
2000 43,728

I'll try to find a more defined list for global sales when I get the chance.

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-19-02, 02:20 PM
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Wow! Thanks a lot! I appreciate what you have come up with so far!
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