WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – With Western Europe auto sales down 4.6% through July, Land Rover is hoping a strong U.S. market will make up for Europe’s lower-than-expected demand for its Freelander SUV. U.S. sales of the Freelander remained strong through July That’s the strategy behind Land Rover’s move to initiate low finance rates and special lease deals for U.S. consumers on its entry-level model. The auto maker currently is offering U.S. consumers 0% financing for up to 36 ...
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