Expect Ford Motor Co.’s triumvirate of British brands to steadily expand its North American reach in 2003, despite a forecast of "modest" growth, their president says. Mike O’Driscoll, president of Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover North America, tells Ward's its dealer network will grow by at least 33% before the end of 2004. By the end of 2002, there were 165 U.S. Jaguar dealers and about 150 Land Rover stores. Aston Martin totaled 29. But by the end of 2004, expect Jaguar and Land ...

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