May 2011 U.S. Land Rover Sales

Jaguar Land Rover has reported growing U.S. sales for both the Jaguar and Land Rover brands in May. Together, total sales for the month of May come in at 4,162 units, which is an increase of 13 percent over May 2010 (3,671 units). Land Rover itself was up 7 percent (compared to 2,709 units in May 2010) with 2,891 units moved.

The Land Rover Range Rover Sport continues to lead sales growth in the U.S. for the Land Rover brand, followed by the Range Rover and LR4. The LR2 continues to languish as consumers ready to buy in the premium small SUV segment either opt for competing vehicles or wait in the wings for the Range Rover Evoque to hit dealer showrooms.

The Range Rover Sport accounted for nearly half of all Land Rover sales in May with 1,213 units sold (up 12 percent from 2010). The LR4 enjoyed an 8 percent sales increase by moving 683 units (compared to 632 in May 2010). The Range Rover came in with 803 units sold in May, which is up 8 percent over May 2010. For the year, Land Rover sales are up 16 percent over 2010, with a total of 14,140 units sold.

2011 Land Rover Monthly U.S. Sales Totals

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June 1, 2011

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