CANBERRA – MG Rover’s collapse leaves Motor Group Australia Ltd. facing an uncertain future. The British maker was the local company’s biggest franchise. It now has hundreds of unsold cars, no warranty backing and no marketing budget. MGA, an independent importer privately owned by former Daewoo (Australia) Group executive Michel De Vriendt and former Sydney Ford dealer Brad Garlick, suspended sales of MGs and Rovers because of the warranty issue. De Vriendt tells reporters there also ...
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