Morgan’s American comeback begins now


Fans of quirky cottage-industry British cars rejoice—Morgans are on sale again in the U.S.A.

Morgan’s American return starts with the Super 3, which has required a few modifications to be legal on U.S. roads. Most notably the twin headlamps are now positioned close together on the nose instead of their original position out by the front wings, while there are also new tail lights, turn signals and reflectors.

Meanwhile, back at the factory in picturesque Malvern work is ongoing to get the four-wheeled BMW-powered Plus Four ready for the North American market in 2024.

Until then it’s three wheels all the way with the highly-entertaining Super 3 in the company’s 12 dealerships and awaiting test drives. Powered by a 118-hp, 1.5-liter Ford triple, the Super 3 can accelerate from 0-62 mph in seven seconds and go on to a rather breezy 130 mph. The Super 3 tips the scales at just 1400 pounds, but the price is a little more weighty, starting at a fraction under $56,000.

“It’s a proud moment to see Morgan back in the United States, and we couldn’t have wished for a more exciting, individual, and distinctive model to mark our return with,” says Morgan CEO Massimo Fumarola. “Super 3 has already received significant interest from Morgan owners and fans in the country, and we can’t wait to see the incredible adventures that our customers will embark upon. I know the team here in Malvern – all of whom have worked incredibly hard to get to this point – will join me in their excitement as we enter the next chapter of Morgan’s story in the United States.”




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    After a couple year hiatus, it is good to see Morgan selling “cars” in the US again. Although I do miss seeing that V-twin out front on the outgoing model. I’m also looking forward to seeing the two models side by side, since the new Super 3 did get a bit bigger.

    Thanks, but I will wait until they bring back a ‘4’ wheel Morgan Plus 4, like the one that came out in 1950.


    Good thing they only have 12 dealerships… if every dealership gets one, that should leave only 6 to go home unsold.

    I seriously doubt that. The local motorcycle dealership is selling seriously inferior trikes for over $30K. I think the Morgan price is more than fair these days.

    I don’t understand why the regulators can argue that moving the headlights closer together makes these vehicles safer. It appears to be the 50-year-old technique of implementing protective tariffs as “safety regulations.” I hope there’s an aftermarket mod to add marker lights to the fenders on these things.

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