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Jaguar Land Rover promises A Sophisticated Way of Life  for AMEX Platinum Members this July-August

A Sophisticated Way of Life is an exclusive, invitation-only event that brought together American Express Platinum Card members for one night only to showcase three premium Jaguar Land Rover models at VIE Hotel on July 10, 2015.  Jaguar Land Rover’s display models included the sporty and sophisticated Jaguar XF, the stylish and best-selling Range Rover Evoque, and the compact capability and affordability of the Land Rover Freelander. With over 150 guests in attendance for the private evening display, Jaguar Land Rover presented its latest exclusive offers include 3 years excellent after-sales care and comprehensive warrantee in Thailand during July-August 2015. And guests at the event were able to pre-book test drives on featured vehicles.

A Sophisticated Way of Life allowed potential customers to appreciate the dynamic individual features of each of Jaguar Land Rover’s three 2.0-litre benzene engined cars; the technology innovation of the Jaguar XF Portfolio, with its new 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox, making it the most efficient Jaguar model on the market; the breathtaking, contemporary, kinetic design of Range Rover Evogue, with its turbo torque and 9-speed automatic gearbox; and the elegant yet capable Land Rover Freelander, with its impressive all-terrain performance and 6-speed automatic transmission.

Ms. Kornlak Kaewkulaya, Marketing Manager, City Automobiles., Co. Ltd., said, “City Automobiles is pleased to introduce its exclusive offers for AMEX Platinum members throughout July-August. It has been excellent to see customers engaging with the Jaguar Land Rover lifestyle experience in this way. We are confident the models we are featuring in the exclusive price offers can collectively answer the lifestyle demands of our different customer groups as we as provide a luxury image of our brand. Along with outstanding performance, our vehicle comes with standard sales and after sales service in order to provide the ultimate Customer Experience”

Jaguar Land Rover expects a rise in orders across the three models and is operating a first-come-first-served limited special offer basis. Jaguar Land Rover is able to provide customer test drives for the featured models. Please call to book at the Jaguar Land Rover showroom and service facility at 02-713-6777.
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