During the April-June quarter, the company retailed 1,37,463 units, up 3.5 per cent from the same period of last year.
"Jaguar Land Rover saw another positive performance in June, led by strong sales in China, both from imported vehicles and our Chinese joint venture," JLR Group Sales Operations Director Andy Goss said in a statement.
The Jaguar brand posted record retail sales of 15,343 units in June, up 16.4 per cent, driven by continued strong sales of the F-PACE and growing sales of the long wheel base XFL in China.
Land Rover saw sales of 36,248 vehicles in June, up 8.9 per cent as compared to June 2016, led by continuing strong demand for Discovery Sport and Range Rover.
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