Gary Hagen is still around, though on the net rather than telling a reporter from the cockpit of a "delightful new journey" TF that MG could soon be producing four or five different models. I was thinking in terms of saloons, hatchbacks and estates as well as sportscars. "Soon" has arrived later than we expected with a totally different range from what we expected.... several 2WD baby Range Rovery things, one of which is battery powered! It's where the market is 12 years after the return of MG.I never for one moment ever thought Chinese owned MG would sell so many cars here...most car consumers out there now ...see SUVs and the stuff MG and other manufacturers are offering as what they want...
I don't know. Even though each dealer is multi-franchised, SsangYong have a substantial network including several MG dealers and a reasonably coherent range of at least four(?) models...that's a lot of rent, rates, heating, wages and marketing in each dealership...How on earth are Ssangyong dealers surviving with such low sales?