One of the best known car dealerships in the Midlands has become Britain’s newest MG outlet.
Pinkstone Cars in Stoke-on-Trent has been run as a family business for 25 years and has built up a strong reputation for high quality customer service. It will open the new MG dealership in a 2,500 sq ft showroom, directly opposite the £370 million landmark University Hospital of North Staffordshire, on February 24.
Simon Pinkstone, Managing Director, said: “We are about to celebrate our Silver Jubilee and winning the MG franchise for the Stoke area is a fantastic present. We are really proud of this and can’t wait to start introducing the new MG6 models to our customers.
“I’ve driven the car and been to the MG factory in Birmingham and have been deeply impressed. The car offers great value for money coupled with all the hallmarks that have made the MG such an iconic brand.
“It’s a great driver’s car and when people get behind the wheel they can’t fail to be impressed.”
Pinkstones MG, on the A34 a mile from Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre, has a six car showroom, full service and spares operation and the workshop has the latest MG GDS diagnostic equipment which allows fast and accurate information feedback.
The new dealership has a staff of seven dedicated MG colleagues headed by Manager, Steve Wild.
Both MG6 GT fastback and MG6 Magnette sports saloons will be available for test drives and Pinkstones can arrange finance options.
The cars are designed and engineered at MG Motor UK’s Birmingham factory where final assembly of the UK models also takes place.
The MG6 recently won the What Car? 2012 Security Award. Two racing versions of the MG6 GT will compete in the 2012 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with double champion Jason Plato and rising race star Andy Neate behind the wheels.