Denmark is a small nation in Europe, as is Portugal with car sales almost identical at around the 185,000 mark. Denmark heavily taxes its vehicles and premium marques are poor sellers due to how expensive they are. Emissions are also taxed, working against luxury cars also. Premium brands do much better in Portugal as a result, so that has to be taken into account with this comparison.
Sales include light commercials which does work mainly against Jaguar but also LR a bit too.
Portugal: Jaguar started out the large of the two, but soon fell behind. It has made a comeback to take 40.0% of the JLR total. Combined they have 0.42% of total Portuguese registrations.
Denmark: On the face of it JLR achieving just 0.10% share is abysmal but it really isn't that bad due to reasons given above. Jaguar does very well here and is pulling away from LR. Over the past seven years, Jag has been responsible for 40.7% of all JLR sales.
Summary: Both these countries have good Jaguar sales.
Data source: Bilimp (Denmark) & ACAP (Portugal).
Picture source: Netcarshow.