Two countries in central Europe are here compared for JLR sales and penetration. They are similar in sales (Slovenia 56,000 and 66,000 for Hungary) but also about the same with premium popularity, so this is very much an even contest.
Slovenia: JLR isn't strong here with just 0.13% of the total sales for the country. Jaguar in particular is very limited, but 2017 looks like it will be much better in that regard.
Hungary: This nation too isn't overly JLR friendly but is some way ahead of Slovenia, with 0.23% share of the market. 2016 was a big jump but I have yet to see 2017 figures yet.
Summary: JLR has some work to do here to strengthen its presence.
Picture source: Netcarshow.