Some of us remember the old MG ZS, a rebadged Rover 400 with a go-faster spoiler and flash wheels. This is not the replacement to that model, and the current owners of MG would probably rather we forgot all about the 90s entirely.
No matter how much MG might cling to their British origins, every time you step in to the MG3 you’re reminded by an SAIC logo on the window that you’re driving one of Shanghai Automotive’s cars. Not that its Chinese parentage should concern you. If anything, having the backup ofContinue Reading
When MG launched the MG6 last year, its first all new car in more than ten years, it was missing one vital ingredient – a diesel engine. In the Focus/Mondeo market segment that the car straddles, where only 12% of cars purchased were fitted with a petrol engine, that wasContinue Reading