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MG Cambridge opens for business

Britain’s latest MG dealership has opened at Cambridge.

MG Cambridge is run by Buckingham & Stanley, which formerly represented Saab and still has a Chevrolet franchise.

Andrew Ballard, operations director, said: “We’ve been very impressed with everything we’ve seen at MG Birmingham and the MG6 is a great car which will win over a lot of people.

"We have represented Saab for more than 30 years and I think the new MG’s will certainly appeal to Saab drivers too.

“To be associated with such an iconic brand as MG is really exciting and our team is looking forward to offering our new MG service to customers.”

Cambridge MG officially opens on Tuesday, December 18 and is the latest retail business to join the ranks of MG dealers across the UK.

The other new MG dealerships which have been opened this year are: Beechwood in Derby, Pinkstone Cars in Stoke-on-Trent, Rivervale in Brighton, Charles Warner in Lincoln, Colleys in Cwmbran and Brown & Gammons in Baldock, Herts.
 



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  • Ling Valentine - 14/12/2012 12:30

    ...and yet with all these dealers, sales of this acceptable Chinese car are still less than one car per dealer, per month. It would help if the car was advertised honestly instead of the pretence that it's "British". The diesel should help the numbers (hopefully), **edited for legal reasons** Ling LINGsCARS

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    • Peter - 15/12/2012 17:39

      @Ling Valentine - Hardly a pretence of Britishness is it? The car is designed and engineered here at the design center in Birmingham and in a world where the car industry is truly global that is plenty of reason to call it British.

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