Jaguar Cars will follow up a record-setting 1999 with another sales increase in North America in 2000, predicts outgoing President Michael H. Dale. Jaguar will sell about 40,000 cars in North America in 2000 — “maybe a little more,” says Mr. Dale. That's up some 5,000-plus units on 1999, which is expected to finish at an all-time high 34,000-35,000. Jaguar sold just over 22,000 units in 1998, and its previous best year was 1986, when it sold 24,464 cars. Mr. Dale, who will exit Jaguar in ...
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