Jaguar Land Rover retail sales in July 2019 were 37,945 vehicles, up 5.0% compared to July 2018.
The increase was led by recovery in the China market where retail sales grew 40.3% year on year as the company's local turnaround plan began to take effect.
Retail sales growth was also strong in the UK (8.8%) and up in North America (2.1%), broadly flat in Europe (0.3%) and down 20.1% in Overseas markets.
By model, sales growth was led by the all-new Range Rover Evoque which grew an encouraging 64.1%, with retail sales in China to start in August, and Range Rover Sport up 12.4%. Discovery Sport sales were 12.7% down reflecting the run out of the old model while the new refreshed model is still just ramping up.
Jaguar retail sales in July 2019 were 11,386 vehicles, up 3.6% year-on-year and Land Rover retailed 26,559 vehicles, up 5.6% compared to July 2019.
Jaguar Land Rover retail sales for Fiscal 2019/20 year to date (April to July 2019) were 166,560, down 8.3% compared to the same period last year.
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