Iconic MG GT and MG GS make bold entrance to Coscharis Motors Showroom

The most popular auto brands seen on TV back in the days where the MG’s. They were featured on action and comedy flicks alike. With the new age of a dynamic auto industry, a focus on safety standards, design and performance, Morris Garages-MG has still retained its iconic position. Coscharis Motors Nigeria recently took delivery of the all new MG GS (crossover/SUV) and MG GT (Sedan), adding to the fleet of other existing MG models. The MG GS and MG GT boast of refined aerodynamics which increases fuel efficiency and design aesthetics, turbo charged engines as well as an array of intelligent technology and safety features.


According to Abiona Babarinde, General Manager Marketing, Coscharis Motors, ”the two new MG variants are set to turn the tide in the mid-sedan and SUV segment in the market. Customers and prospects who enjoy pure driving dynamics will take advantage of the many engineering prowess and exemplary features the models offer. It is equally significant to note that the MG GS is the first SUV of the MG brand that is definitely going to excite our customers in the Nigerian market as it’s going to compete favorably in the SUV segment”.


The arrival of the two MG variants is a proof of the company’s commitment to always set new standard in the history of automobile market in Nigeria, and with the hope to replicate this success by making the Morris Garages one of the preferred brands in the Nigeria market.

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Mathew Aje, Brand Manager, MG, said “the MG GT and MG GS are a must drive for both retail and fleet customers alike, and trendy car lovers can take advantage of the Coscharis Vehicle Finance Scheme, which offers customers the opportunity to own any MG car of choice with a certain percentage down payment to either Access Bank or Stanbic IBTC Bank, and spread the rest for over 48 months”. He Further explained that customers can also enjoy adequate after sales back-up, genuine spare parts, test drive, Free delivery to any parts of Nigeria, 2.5% insurance offer and 3 years Warranty or 100,000 Kilometres, whichever comes first.

Tosan Aduayi, a motoring journalist since 1994, is the founder and publisher of Trendy Africa Magazine and has reported on Motoring with trademark columns (Roadrunner, Carliners). He is also the founder of Flowtran global.



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