The remarkable growth of MG | Industry - Car News Nov 2020

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16:55 Thursday 05 Nov 2020

MG have increased their share of the UK new car market every single month for the past three years, giving it claim to the title of fastest-growing car brand in the UK.

MG sold a total of 1,892 new cars in October – a market share of 1.34% - to take their year-to-date sales figure to 16,128, some 3,000 more MGs than were sold in the whole of 2019.  Significantly, 43% of MG sales last month were plug-in electric models, helped by the arrival of the new MG5 EV and MG HS Plug-in.  MG accounted for 7.7% of the UK’s battery electric vehicle market in October, making it a major player in the rapidly growing sector.

To meet demand, MG are planning a further expansion of their currently 112-strong dealer network by the end of this year.


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