In light of the latest new car registration figures being released, MG Motor UK is taking this opportunity to thank past, present and future customers for supporting the company and giving it its best June to date.
Figures, released yesterday (6 June) from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Limited (SMMT), highlighted another successful half year for MG.
MG felt it was important to take the time to thank customers for their support and for putting faith in a brand that is continuing to grow because of them. In a series of videos, employees from across the company, from the designers to those who test the vehicles on the bumpy road route, will be taking the chance to thank customers for their backing.
MG Motor UK has registered 21 more cars in the last six months than in the whole of 2011, 2012 and 2013 combined. More than 100 of which are the newly launched MG6. Figures for June alone are up by 19 per cent from last year, and the year-to-date figures are 39 per cent more than in 2014.
Matthew Cheyne, MG’s Head of Sales and Marketing, said: “We’re so grateful for the support our customers give. Without them, we wouldn’t be making the progress we are. Each month we’re watching our sales figures improve and it is fantastic to see.
“Every time a customer drives off in their new MG, we obviously say thanks and wish them all the best; however, those who don’t get a chance to meet the customers, but play a fundamental part in producing their new car, also want to have the opportunity to give their thanks.”
The first video (below) as part of the campaign ‘#MGthanks’ comes from David, who works in the exterior design team.
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