MG motors on

MG motors on

The MG resurgence is in full swing after the historic automotive firm added yet another dealer to its roster, meaning it now supplies a total of 79 dealerships across the UK.

A well established family run dealership in Scotland, with over 100 years in the business, is the latest to join the MG Motor UK dealer network.

Walter Bryson and Peter Bryson, joint directors of Brysons Car Centre in Ayr, were brought into the family-run business which started with their grandfather back in 1902.

The dealership has predominately focused on selling used cars, however it was recently decided that they needed to move back into new car sales in a bid to attract new customers.

This led to the dealership striking a deal with the Birmingham based brand which will supply the dealership with eight different models.

Walter is already extremely confident that the MG line-up will suit their current customers, but he is also hoping that new and younger customers will pop in.

He said: “We’ve had eight models delivered to the sales centre, including the new MG GS, and, despite the fact we’ve not officially launched yet, we’ve had a lot of people drop by to take a look at the new arrivals.

“MG is a great franchise that is developing and growing, we’re really looking forward to working with the brand to build on sales.”

MG currently has three models, all of which are designed and engineered at Longbridge, Birmingham: the MG3, MG6 and the manufacturer’s first SUV, the MG GS. Several more models are planned for the immediate and longer-term future.

Matthew Cheyne, head of sales and marketing for MG, added: “We’re really pleased to welcome Brysons Car Centre to the network. It’s always great to bring onboard a dealership with such a long history.

“It’s a great foundation for building a strong and successful dealership on and we have every confidence that our relationship with them will grow to be just as strong.”

MG currently boasts the fastest growing network of dealers in the UK as sales continue to surge.