Sales in the Premium Large segment fell by 12 percent compared to the first three quarters 2015, down to 214,951. While this is a slower decline than that experienced by the Premium Mid-sized segment, it is a much worse performance than either the small 4 percent decline in sales experienced by the Premium Compact segment, or the modest 3 percent growth in sales recorded by the Premium Limousine segment. recording a slightly slower contraction in the second quarter compared to the first one (11 versus 18 percent, respectively).
Highlights for Q1-Q3 2016
Sales for almost all cars fell over the first three quarters of 2016, the only exception being Jaguar XF, whose sales rose by a sizable 19 percent compared to this time in 2015
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