Throw back to one of the entrants to our 2006 Photo Competition: "Out for a drive on Super Bowl Sunday just a bit of a test drive after some minor repair. The location is in the Stillaguamish valley, where I live"
Have you entered this years competition? Time is running out! Simply email your top three photographs of your classic or modern Jaguar to email@example.com
Competition ends midnight Wednesday 11th of December.
RED ALERT !!! The new Jaguar XE looks stunning especially in Red. The revised styling is inspired from the F-Type sportscar with a more sharper and meaner look. The interiors gets more tech than before with a larger touchscreen for the infotainment system, and another touchscreen for the climate control,phone charging and upgraded quality
JLR has an exciting lineup with the new Defender and the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace launching in 2020. Exciting times ahead
Day 73. Provide a hands-on experience/demonstration.
No matter what product or service your business offers, you need to be able to convince the customer of its quality or worth.
Nothing can convince the customer more effectively than a hands-on demonstration. Everything has specs, images, and numbers online these days. Words on a page can be convincing, but not as much as letting the customer experience it first-hand.
A donut shop can convince a customer to buy by offering samples.
And as I experienced last week at the LA Auto Show, a car manufacturer can convince a customer to buy by offering a viewing and a test drive. I knew the Jaguar F-Type was an amazing car. But until I saw it in person and drove it, I couldn't experience how truly alluring it was.
Offering free test drives at an auto show obviously is not a directly cost-effective way to sell cars, as no one buys cars at the actual show. The long-term goals of selling the cars and promoting brand loyalty, however, are achieved.