Eastern Cape Motors Through The Years…

1985 Eastern Cape Motors PTY LTD began with the management buyout of the McCarthy’s Mazda dealerships in Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage and East London.
1990 The Boksburg Ford & Mazda dealership, Consolidated Auto was added to the Group in June.
1992 The Nissan franchise was acquired in Port Elizabeth in March.
1997 In March a new Mazda dealership was built in Newton Park Port Elizabeth.
A new Mazda dealership was built in King Williams Town.
1999 After Ford’s first consolidation phase Eastern Cape Motors acquired Grovenor Ford in East London and lost the Mazda franchise in King Williams Town.
Eastern Cape Motors Mazda branches also acquired the Ford franchise.
2001 Land Rover and Volvo were purchased in East London in July.
2003 Ford and Mazda in King Williams Town was regained in August after the Ford dealer went insolvent again.
2005 In the second phase of Ford SA’s consolidation, Pioneer Ford Port Elizabeth was acquired in September, and absorbed into the North End facility.
At the same time in September, Land Rover and Volvo Port Elizabeth were also purchased.
A brand new multi-million Rand, Magnificent, State-of-the-art dealership was built on North Rand Road in Boksburg. We re-located to the new premises in October.
2006 In October, a completely remodelled, upmarket Nissan dealership opened its doors in Uitenhage Road, Port Elizabeth.
2007 In January Port Alfred Ford & Mazda were acquired.
2011 Eastern Cape Motor Group opened the doors of their new state of the art Mega Ford & Mazda dealership at William Moffett Port Elizabeth.
On the 1st of June Volvo Eastern Cape PE opened its doors at it new Cape Road Newton Park address. Huge showroom floors & window frontage set off this magnificent new Volvo dealership.
2014 East London’s magnificent New Jaguar Land Rover dealership is opened in April.
Volvo East London is beautifully remodeled.
Mazda East London and Port Elizabeth commenced trading as independent New Dealerships on 1st October.
Datsun officially opened its doors in Port Elizabeth mid October.

The Eastern Cape Motor Group is an independent PTY company with four directors:

  • Chris Theodosiou
  • Barrie Burnett
  • Stephen Theodosiou
  • Christopher Theodosiou