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February 4, 2020

Despite Coronavirus, MG Philippines Stays Committed to 2020 Plans

With Dongfeng’s Philippine distributor, Pilipinas Autogroup, Inc. already saying that everything is business as usual despite the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) in China, we also reached out to The Covenant Car Company, the exclusive distributor of MG and asked if they are expecting any disruptions on their end.

Their official statement reads, “MG Philippines works closely with the greater SAIC organization and its numerous global hubs that produce MG cars and parts. Given this, there are no disruptions regarding the delivery of our MG vehicles and parts. Everything is business as usual at MG Philippines.”

As MG ended 2019 as one of the best-selling automotive brands in the Philippines, overtaking both Kia and Foton, this is certainly a great piece of news. There will be no delays in their plans this year. Reportedly, these include the launch of the brand’s first-ever pickup truck as well as their first-ever 7-seater mid-sized SUV. They are also opening 7 more dealers, to add to the current 24 dealerships that are open.

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