Finally, here\'s the complete list of prices for Morgan cars in PH

Can you afford one?
by Patrick Everett Tadeo | Jul 22, 2013

\"TopGear.com.ph

Last week, we reported that Morgan Motor Company\'s authorized Philippine distributor, White Knight Automobiles, is selling the four-seater Plus 4 at an introductory price of P3.995 million, a sizable discount from its original selling price of P4.7 million.

Well, we\'ve finally gotten our hands on the price list of the entire Morgan lineup that White Knight Automobiles will officially sell locally after its launch in September:

3-Wheeler

Standard: P2.7 million

Superdry: P2.995 million

Gulf: P3.1 million

Morgan Classic

4/4: P3.795 million

Plus 4: P3.995 million

Plus 4 4-seater: P3.995 million

Roadster: P4.995 million

Roadster 4-seater: P5.495 million

Plus 8: P8.995 million

Aero

Aero Coupe: P9.995 million

Aero Super Sports: P12.995 million

Apparently, the \"P2.6 to P2.9 million\" average price quoted by White Knight Automobiles marketing officer Anne Garcia for a previous article was for the 3-Wheelers only.

Do note that the prices indicated above are just for the \"basic\" models. Since Morgan is known for the level of customization it can do to its cars, the options available for the vehicles can easily escalate the prices to stratospheric levels.

Just to be sure, we double-checked the options list provided by the distributor and the prices range from below P6,000 for a battery conditioner to a whopping P283,621.50 for a set of five 16-inch stainless polished wire wheels.

So, what do you think of Morgan\'s price of exclusivity?

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