Meguiar’s, the leading manufacturer of automotive surface care products in both the United States and Australia – and a rapidly growing brand here in the UK – has received worldwide approval from Swedish manufacturer Saab for three of its Mirror Glaze range of professional products. After extensive testing, Meguiar’s products have been chosen as the only polishes recommended by Saab, as specified in the reconditioning section of the company’s dealership service manual.
Saab's head office at Trollhättan, Sweden, has released guidelines in seven different languages, specifying the recommended Meguiar’s products for use in all its 1,000-plus dealerships around the globe. The dealerships will be using the products to create a swirl-free finish on both new and used Saabs.
With the addition of Saab, Meguiar’s products are now specified by 19 leading car manufacturers, including prestigious marques such as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Jaguar and Land Rover.
Steve King, Managing Director of Meguiar’s UK Ltd, commented: "It is the ultimate testimonial to have our products specified by the world’s most prestigious car manufacturers. We are delighted that Saab has joined the ranks of car makers who trust Meguiar’s to create the best possible shine."
Since 1901, Meguiar’s technical experts have worked hand-in-hand with car manufacturers and automotive paint producers around the world, to create highly specialised products. As a result, Meguiar’s has become the preferred choice for vehicle manufacturers, bodyshops, high-end valeters, car museums and serious car enthusiasts around the world. In the UK, ever-increasing numbers of motoring aficionados are realising the benefits of the Meguiar’s range.
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