The company says that Albury-Wodonga MG offers a strategic position for the brand, with doors to open at two central locations in August.
Canberra will see the launch of Belconnen MG and Phillip MG in October; with each dealership offering sales, service and parts.
The new appointments join established retail locations for MG in Campbelltown, Coffs Harbour and Brisbane.
Zhu Chao, general manager, MG Motor Australia, said: “This is a significant move forward for MG in Australia. With the success of our latest model, the MG GS, and the highly anticipated launch of the MG ZS SUV later this year, we look forward to continued growth in this market.
“Our collaboration with dealers in the Australian market and investment in due diligence in the selection process is ensuring we are partnering with retailers who will deliver longevity to the MG brand.”
According to MG Motor Australia each of their new dealer partners has a long-established reputation for quality customer service and sales, and will stock all models available in Australia.
John McGrath Auto Group welcomes MG to its stable in Canberra.
Warren Gill, dealer principal of John McGrath Auto Group, said: “We’re delighted to be the first dealer partner for MG in the ACT. We recognise the tremendous potential for this historic brand in the Australian market, and demonstrate this by offering the brand in two of our leading locations.”
Wodonga Car World will offer the first MG dealership in Victoria.
Tod Reed, dealer principal for the dealership, said: “As a family owned business with over 30 years experience, we’re looking forward to showing our customers the great things MG has to offer – namely, a robust product range, accessible price point, plus six years unlimited kilometre warranty and roadside assistance.”
“We’re pleased to see the momentum for MG now being demonstrated by the appointment of our new dealers, with more to come,” said Mr Chao.
“We continue to see strong enquiry from potential partners with several other locations in the pipeline.”
By Daniel Cotterill