Defender, Range Rover lead JLR India sales of 1,371 units in Q1 FY25

    Defender continues to be the bestselling model; records a 52 percent YoY growth in sales.

    Published On Jul 10, 2024 04:23:00 PM


    Defender, Range Rover lead JLR India sales of 1,371 units in Q1 FY25
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    Tata Motors’ wholly-owned subsidiary JLR India reported retail sales of 1,371 units in the first quarter of the financial year ending March 2025 (FY25), registering 31 percent year-on-year (YoY) growth. Moreover, the company said its wholesale volumes hit a record, growing over 45 percent YoY in the same period.

    1. Defender, Range Rover Evoque sales surge by over 50 percent
    2. Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Defender comprise 75 percent of pending orders

    Sales of the Defender, which was the company’s top-selling model during Q1, and the Range Rover Evoque soared over 50 percent YoY. JLR said the Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Defender together account for 75 percent of its total order book.

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

    He added that the locally manufactured Range Rover and Range Rover Sport have received an extraordinary response from Indian buyers. “The market is responding well to our exciting product line-up, and we are committed to our discerning clientele as we continue to create the world’s most desirable luxury vehicles.”

    As a part of JLR’s Reimagine Strategy, the Range Rover, Discovery and Defender will each have a full-electric model by the end of this decade, while Jaguar will be EV-only.

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    Jaguar I-Pace delisted from India website

    635hp Land Rover Defender Octa revealed; India prices start from Rs 2.65 crore

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