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Another dealer welcomed to MG’s expanding network

Time 9:35 am, August 29, 2019

MG MOTOR UK has welcomed Grenson Motor Company to its expanding dealership network.

The firm’s bright and modern showroom, which went live earlier this month, is new to the MG brand but has already seen an excellent response from new and existing customers.

Sean Pattinson, sales director at Crewe-based Grenson, said: ‘Although we had no previous history with MG, we had been keenly watching its impressive sales growth over the past few years and it was clear that the brand had a great future.


‘We have also found that excellent value for money is particularly important to our customers, and that’s exactly what MG’s product portfolio provides. With both of those factors in mind, choosing to partner with MG was a no-brainer.’

With the roll-out of MG’s comprehensive EV standards across its national dealership network, the staff at Grenson Motor Co. are ready with the knowledge and tools to meet customer needs and enhance the ownership proposition for electric vehicles.

The dealership is equipped with two charging points, where customers can learn more about the different charging solutions and their capabilities.

In addition, all technicians have undergone full electric vehicle training, allowing them to carry out any servicing and maintenance on the highly anticipated ZS EV, which goes on sale on September 1.


Giles Rayner, network development manager at MG Motor UK, said: ‘We’re excited to add Grenson Motor Co. to our extensive network of dealerships across the country. We know that the dealership can’t wait to show off the exciting new ZS EV as soon as it hits the showroom floor.’

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Dave, production editor on Car Dealer Magazine, is a journalist with more than 30 years' experience in the worlds of newspapers, magazines and public relations.

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