Stallion eyes 20% of Nigeria’s SUV market

Stallion eyes 20% of Nigeria’s SUV market

Stallion MG has expressed confidence that its recently launched MG ZS will capture between 15 per cent and 20 per cent of Nigeria’s Sports Utility Vehicle market.

The General Manager, Stallion MG Automobiles Limited, Anurag Shah, made the assertion recently, according to a company statement.

Stallion MG Automobiles is Nigeria’s official representative of the British brand, Morris Garages.

The statement quoted Shah as saying, “Considering its quality design, performance, top-notch safety features and equipment level, which endear it to the car lovers in Europe, Asia and other parts of the world, we have no doubt that the MG ZS Crossover has the capability to become a segment leader in Nigeria. That was why, following its launch in the country, we confidently projected a segment market share of between 15 percent and 20 percent.

“Aside from offering more equipment than ever, this new MG ZS comes with an upgraded fuel-efficient engine, additional styling features and the very latest automotive technology in the interiors.”

Designed and built with a British heritage in mind, MG ZS, a striking Crossover characterised by a contemporary design, comes with a redesigned front end, which features a new hexagonal grille with a black finish as well as slender headlamps with LED daytime running lights.

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