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0-60 and it's effect of percentage market share in the SUV segment?

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Reflecting on this, I tried to look into how the Cherokee SRT-8 did compared to the Range Rover in the UK market.

SRT8 = 246 sold
Range Rover: 20k+ sold

Is this a UK anomaly?

You appear to be comparing a predominantly American brand sales numbers with a still-perceived UK brand. We're these numbers just 2014?

a fairer comparison might be with Porsche Cayenne (http://www.porsche.com/usa/models/cayenne/cayenne-turbo-s/featuresandspecs/)? There were 2,306 Cayennes sold in UK during 2014, though this is only part of the picture.

2014 sales numbers (from:http://files3.porsche.com/filestore.aspx/Annual-Report-2014.pdf?pool=uk&type=download&id=aboutporsche-overview-dataandfacts-annualreport2013&lang=none&filetype=default&version=02d09cc3-ccbb-11e4-a2ef-001a64c55f5c):
66,005 Cayennes manufactured, of which these were sold through:
16,205 U.S.
1,904 Canada
1,306 Latin America
18,000+ in Europe / Russia* (break-down in report)
4,810 in Middle East
20,844 in China
10,000* rest of Asia and Australasia

there is no breakdown of base vs S vs Turbo vs S-hybrid, though the most popular Porsches in Belgium were hybrids due to tax concessions. I know there's some for electric vehicles in the UK, so there's another factor for you to consider ;-)