21 consecutive months of growth for MG | Canterbury and Maidstone MG

21 consecutive months of growth for MG

MG Motor UK has achieved consecutive growth for 21 months, following the sale of 1,040 cars in July 2019! This outstanding result per month means that MG has retained its position as the fastest-growing car manufacturer in the UK.

MG has seen a 44% volume increase so far this year, having sold 2,227 more vehicles compared to the same period in 2018.

The results in July alone represent a 28% increase in sales compared with the same month in 2018, and the MG ZS continues to grow with annual volume up by 62% versus last year. The strong and ongoing investment in both MG’s product portfolio and dealership network reflects in the impressive sales figures this year.

Daniel Gregorious, Head of Sales & Marketing at MG Motor UK, said: “We’re delighted with these outstanding monthly results, as MG continues to outperform the market. Customers are drawn to excellent value-for money and this is exactly what our products provide, supported by our famous 7-year warranty for the complete peace of mind.”

Tapping into the electric vehicle market, MG has positioned the new ZS EV as the first truly affordable, family friendly electric car. On sale from September, prices start from just £21,495 after the Governments plug-in grant, which is being matched by MG for the first 2,000 buyers.

Gregorious continued: “In addition to another record-breaking number of sales for the month, MG also smashed another record, selling our first 1,000 MG ZS EVs in just two weeks since its official launch. We now have over 1,100 new customers who want to switch to a zero-emissions MG car. There’s a real buzz around this car and, with first customer deliveries happening next month, our customers are almost as excited as we are!”

The new ZS EV joins the current range of MGs, alongside the popular MG3 hatchback and the MG ZS compact SUV, which is available through some great finance options at FG Barnes MG, including PCP, Conditional Sale, 0% APR and MG’s swappage scheme.