Range Rovers are expensive vehicles, we know this much is true. But price has not prevented the lavish vehicle - which starts at an MSRP of about $84,000 - from selling out in the United States.
Land Rover has reported that sky-rocketing demand for their new, 2013 Range Rover has left dealerships throughout the United States struggling to keep up with inventory. The U.S. currently holds the biggest market for the Range Rover, with New York City leading all American cities (and presumably, all international cities) in vehicle sales.
Land Rover executives can attest to the demand. Executive vice president of operations at Jaguar Land Rover North America, Chris Marchand notes, “We are asking for as many vehicles as we can get. The vehicle is sold out for six months to a year.” Certainly not the worst kind of problem for an automaker to have. Celebrity endorsement has no doubt added to the vehicle’s popularity, and will continue to drive sales in the months to come.
Despite inventory shortages, Land Rover believes that the Range Rover will still be able to top last years sales figure of 43,664 units.
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