Jaguar Signs The Biggest Middle East Fleet Deal
Jaguar has announced its biggest single fleet deal in the Middle East. Said transaction with The Transport Company in Qatar involves the sale of 100 XJ LWB models which will be transported by Jaguar XJ models, the flagship of the automaker.
Said flagship models are only used in transporting purchased vehicles to VIP customers. The models used uses powerful Jaguar XJ Series parts which include the ultra-luxurious V6 long wheelbase, fender, bumper, headlights and more.
Kevin J Mellor, Regional Sales Manager, Jaguar Middle East and North Africa said, "The XJ exemplifies the luxury sedan experience. The vehicle has been designed keeping in mind senior executives who not only enjoy a great driving experience from its powerful engines and strong design, but also those who enjoy being in the rear seat. The deal with The Transport Company will give more people the opportunity to enjoy the luxury and performance benefits of our flagship model."
Jaguar XJ is an epitome of craftsmanship, style, comfort and style, which are also apparent with other models of the automaker. Aside from modifying the wheelbase of XJ making it the longest in its class, Jaguar also upgraded its body by using an aluminum structure. Said structure made it lighter by 40% and stiffer by 60% than the conventional models that use steel structure.
The latest technology and modifications employed by the automaker have improved its flagship's vehicle dynamics, fuel economy, emission reduction capabilities, safety as well as its performance.
XJ's posh interior provides ergonomic flexibility, spaciousness and comfort. It also boasts its ground-breaking climate control, entertainment and communications systems. Systems include voice-activated four-zone climate control, which is matched with a multi-media system with MP3 player, iPod, and DVD connectivity as well as individual rear passenger settings.
Further, the most recent innovations incorporated in the vehicle are designed to respond to complex and modern needs of car occupants. They are discerned by the automakers engineers and pool of experts to satisfy Jaguar enthusiasts.
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