I don't work for MGR, however I work for a major agent of them - we run demo fleets, company fleets, the vip fleets, loan fleets - total of around 2000 vehicle at any given time.
I've been with the company for nearly four years now, and have been crucial in passing information back to MGR. I was one of the very first people to see the R75 Tourer - saw it about 2 days after the Phoenix bid was successful, over at Studley Castle.
As MGR pays my salary, I'm biased. I hoped and prayed that the new board would be able to turn the company around after *** ravaged the best bits - and have been suprised at just how well the company is now doing. They've got the right people doing the right jobs, ambitious people who want MGR to succeed. I honestly think that they will return to profit sooner than we all anticipated back in May 2000 - who would have thought then that the company was going to launch a number of hot - and very popular - cars, with more just around the corner. There is also a suprise in the pipeline, however I am sworn to secrecy.