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Geraint Isaac promoted to MG head of fleet sales

MG Motor has promoted Geraint Isaac to the new role of head of fleet sales under plans to grow its fleet presence.

Geraint Isaac, MG Motor’s head of fleet sales

The brand’s fleet sales have increased almost fourfold since 2019 and MG says it’s positioned for fleet growth due to its leadership in affordable EVs – it currently offers three plug-in cars, priced from £25,095 (incl. PiCG).

Previously national fleet sales manager, Geraint Isaac will expand the brand’s presence in both user-chooser and core company fleets in his new role, working with the expanding MG dealer network as well as major fleet operators.

He retains responsibility for vehicle remarketing, residual values and co-ordinating MG’s dealer fleet programmes, and continues to be supported by a regional fleet sales manager and public sector & leasing manager.

Isaac said: “As the UK’s fastest-growing mainstream car brand and a leader in electric vehicles, MG has never been better placed to really grow its presence in the fleet market and in my new role I’m really keen to leverage those opportunities, making the most of new models including the MG5 EV and MG HS Plug-In Hybrid to boost MG’s appeal in both the core fleet and user-chooser markets, where low BiK rates and zero emissions are big selling points.”

Guy Pigounakis, MG Motor commercial director, added: “Geraint has already done a terrific job in raising awareness of MG in the fleet market and in securing some key deals for the brand. In his new role, we look forward to him developing those relationships and increasing MG’s visibility in the fleet market even further.”

MG’s UK line-up covers six model, including three plug-in cars – the ZS EV, MG5 EV and HS Plug-in Hybrid – all backed up by a seven-year warranty and nationwide dealer network.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

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