Jaguar Land Rover completes 5 years in India, announces 3 years service plan

Monday 18 August 2014, 17:04 PM by

Jaguar Land Rover has been one of the most successful collaborations of power and luxury vehicles in India. The brand has completed 5 successful years last week in India. Jaguar and Land Rover have been popular British brands that had been bought by Indian car-maker Tata Motors way back in 2008. Prior to this the brand were owned by Ford and was sold to Tata when it announced sale of Premium Automotive Group (PAG) that had Jaguar, Volvo, Land Rover and even Aston Martin.

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Jaguar Land Rover completes 5 years in India, announces 3 years service plan

As a tribute to this special feat, Jaguar Land Rover has announced a lucrative three-year service plans on selected models that are on sale in India. The company has also announced the Jaguar 'Alive' Drive experience to allow interested buyers to drive power-packed graceful cars like F-Type and XKR-S. For now, the company has about 21 dealership outlets that is spread across 19 cities and two more dealership outlets are expected to be opened by this year, thereby bringing the count to 23 dealership outlets in the country.

The company has also been working on the launch of its entry level sedan XE due to come next month. Cars like the new Jaguar XJ, Land Rover Freelander 2 and Jaguar XF is manufactured at its local plant in Pune, Maharashtra. Apart from style and luxury, the cars under the company's branding are known to feature uncompromising safety and refinement.

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