It was recently named No.1 in J.D. Power 2021’s India Sales Satisfaction Study (SSI) and India Customer Service Index Study (CSI)
Published On: 10/05/22
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MG Motor India was recently certified as a Great Place To Work
It currently sells four SUVs in India: Hector, Astor, Gloster & ZS EV
MG secured the 2nd spot among 4-wheeler OEMs in dealer satisfaction
MG Motor India has announced that it has achieved the milestone of selling 1 Lakh vehicles in the domestic market. The brand expressed gratitude towards its employees, dealers, suppliers, and customers on reaching this landmark. It was recently named No.1 in J.D. Power 2021’s India Sales Satisfaction Study (SSI) and India Customer Service Index Study (CSI). MG Motor also secured the second position among 4-wheeler mass-market vehicles in dealer satisfaction as per the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA).
Recently, the company has also been certified as a Great Place To Work. It has successfully integrated 37 percent of women employees into its workforce including the factory and aims to achieve 50 percent by Dec 2023. Presently, MG Motor India retails four vehicles in India in the form of Hector (India’s first Internet SUV), ZS EV (India’s first Pure Electric Internet SUV), Gloster (India’s first Autonomous Level 1 Premium SUV) and Astor (India's first SUV with a personal AI assistant and Autonomous Level 2 technology). Having already introduced Car-as-a-Platform (CaaP) across its product line-up, the British brand is moving swiftly towards its vision of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric) mobility in India.
Commenting on the Milestone, Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “We are grateful for the love and trust that we have received after establishing a solid foundation focused on employees, dealers, suppliers, and customers. Our dedication to bringing positive changes to the Indian mobility space through smart mobility solutions and creating a sustainable future is becoming stronger every day. In line with our core pillars - innovation, experiences, diversity, and community, we strive to give our best and delight every stakeholder who has put their trust in us from the beginning. Today, we are humbled as we reaffirm our commitment to making a positive difference in mobility and the community through our products and initiatives. We are thankful for the present and ecstatic about the future.”
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