AUCKLAND – Ford Motor Co. rolls subsidiary Jaguar New Zealand Ltd. into its Premier Automotive Group (PAG) of New Zealand. The move, slated for Feb. 1 is designed to keep Ford’s wholesale luxury groups under one umbrella. Jaguar will join the Aston Martin, Land Rover and Volvo brands in New Zealand as part of PAG. Jaguar New Zealand, a company jointly owned by Colin Giltrap and John Fairhall, has managed the Jaguar brand here since the mid-1980s. The Jaguar operation will be based at ...

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