Import tax would hit JLR hardest ($17,000 per vehicle), Ford least ($282)

As Washington mulls a tax on imports, an auto industry study suggests the policy would deliver the sharpest blow to Jaguar Land Rover while giving a leg up to Ford and Tesla.


Dealers in love with their products, old and new

Andy Vine, dealer principal at Land Rover Louisville and Jaguar Louisville in Kentucky, takes over this year as chairman of the Jaguar Land Rover Retailer Cabinet. The two British brands are coming off a strong year.

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