Actions speak louder than words and Jaguar Land Rover has taken its stated
commitment to history into action by purchasing the largest-known privately
owned collection of British classic cars in the world. Jaguar Land Rover is
committed to protecting and nurturing the rich heritage of the Jaguar and the
Land Rover brands and plans to use the collection to support and develop the
brands and business in existing and emerging markets.
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J.D. Power ‘APEAL’ (Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout)
Study measures the attitudes of customers who purchased or leased a new 2014
model-year vehicle between November 2013 and February 2014. The study looks
at how gratifying a vehicle is to own and drive after the customer has been
in possession of the vehicle for 90 days.
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After Land Rover unveiled its Discovery Vision Concept car at the New York
International Auto Show, customers have be waiting not so patiently to find
out more about the Discovery Sport model.
The Discovery Sport is the first model in the new Discovery family that is
set to launch in 2015.
As a new range of vehicles, this compact SUV is showing that it may be a
smaller footprint, but its design has huge surprises inside.
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SmartFinds Internet Marketing.
J.D. Power polled 86,000 customers to rank 32 nameplates in customer
satisfaction with their vehicle purchase. Jaguar and Land Rover were both
ranked in the top five of all brands measured. Land Rover placed 4th for the
second straight year and Jaguar made huge strides in customer gratification,
moving up from 8th place in 2013 to now in 2014 ranking 2nd overall. This 23
point gain by Jaguar is the largest nameplate improvement in the industry and
is in line with the level of commitment and focus Jaguar has made to
rewarding their customers. Earlier this year Jaguar was also reco... (more)
Consumers have been relying on Internet and digital resources to find
businesses, products and services in their local area for a number of years.
They are using social media, review websites, and mobile search to do their
research before making their final purchase in the local store. These
changing consumer habits have been evolving over a number of years and they
tend to adopt new technologies much faster than businesses (large or small).
When we talk about a local business we are referring to any size local
business. This can be a small business operation a local store or a na... (more)