CATALINA ISLAND, CA – Even though its vehicles are designed to handle steep climbs and treacherous descents, Land Rover North America expects to remain on even footing in ’04. “This coming year, I think, we’ll be fairly level,” says Richard Beattie, executive vice president-sales and marketing. “Maybe up just a little bit.” And how will the U.S. market unfold this year? “We’ll be down a little bit this year (compared with) last year, probably in the region of about 37,000 vs. 41,000. ...
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