DETROIT – Riding high on the momentum churned by last summer’s LR3 rollout and motivated by the upcoming Range Rover Sport launch, Land Rover’s managing director is bullish on having a banner year in the U.S. The U.K. SUV maker delivered 35,506 units in 2004, down 9% from 39,035 in 2003. Land Rover topped 40,000 units in the U.S. when it sold 40,987 units in 2002. “I think we’ll find every opportunity to get to a record volume this year (in the U.S.),” Managing Director Matthew Taylor ...
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