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About Us

Our Heritage

The Fury Motor Group is a motor retail group that specialises in the sale of new and used cars, as well as services relating to motor cars. Since being founded, the Fury Motor Group has gone on to bring more dealerships and brands into its group, as well as growth in sales and market reach. Now a part of the Hatfield Motor Group, we strive to improve our operations every year.

Our Services

We are proud of the work that our different dealerships put in year-round, and which shows in their sales numbers and solid customer relationships. We represent car manufacturing makes from all over the world, with major companies like Ford, Toyota and Honda forming just some of our partner brands.

Our Online Presence

As we move forward we remain committed to the principles of professionalism that have escalated us to where we are. Find our latest cars, parts, services and more by browsing our Fury Motor Group website.

Our History

Founded in 1995 by Ken Cosgrove, Piet Klopper and Johan Erasmus. In Partnership with Sumitomo Corporation Japan, as part of Sumitomo Corporations, international motor retail investments

1996 – First Dealership opened – Fury Ford Sandton, located in Paulshof Johannesburg

1999 – Further growth with Ford Brand – Ford Midrand and Ford Sandton

2001 – Toyota dealership acquired - Fury Toyota Darrenwood (Cresta, Johannesburg)

2002 – Acquired 3 x Delta Dealerships (Opel & Isuzu), later to revert to General Motors Dealerships. Marq Roberts joined Group as part of this acquisition

2005 – Management buyout from Sumitomo Corporation

2007 – Expanded into KZN, first Honda and Suzuki Dealerships acquired in Pietermaritzburg

2008 to 2014 – Further expansion in Ford Brand (Ford Fourways, Ford Toti , Ford Woodmead)

2014 – Mazda separated from the Ford Brand internationally

2014 to 2016 – Four separate standalone Mazda Dealerships opened

2014 – Summit Auto Investments formed as JV with Wesbank

2016 – Second Suzuki Dealership opened (Fourways, Johannesburg)

2017 – GM disinvests and leaves South Africa (3 GM dealerships closed)

2017 to 2021 – Present Group continues to expand, with further investment in KZN and additional brands, Isuzu, Haval, Opel, Renault, Jeep, Fiat

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