Dashcam footage from the UK shows a confused 85-year-old woman driving her hatchback the wrong way down a freeway, almost colliding with a truck. The… Read more →
You have to feel for MG. Once the embodiment of the sporty British runabout in the Fifties and Sixties, it has since been involved in a game of automotive hot potato that… Read more →
The MG3 light hatchback is anything but a clone: priced to compete with budget superminis, but styled to the compare with the Peugeot 208 and Kia Rio, the Chinese newcomer’s very distinctive, as well as attractive.
With the unveiling of its MG Concept CS at last year’s Shanghai Motor Show, the Chinese carmaker voiced its intention to take the fight to… Read more →
MG South Africa’s current model range is a rather limited affair comprising just two models; the MG6 Fastback and the MG6 Saloon. But that is about to change with the introduction of the MG3 supermini at JIMS, a compact hatch that should see local interest grow in the brand.
The new MG3 supermini will be launched internationally in a few weeks time and South Africans will be able to get a sneak peak of… Read more →
With the popularity of compact SUVs and Crossovers currently on the rise, MG looks as though it’s set to join the fray with the unveiling of the CS concept at the Shanghai Motor Show later this month.
MG6 1,8T 4-door Luxury vs. Renault Fluence 2,0 Privilege – In a segment dominated by established players, can a Frenchman and Chinese upstart make inroads?
A hot version of the MG3 sporting a turbocharged version of the same engine is supposedly also under development. Production of the newcomer will take place in China but the design and development work was done in the UK.
The company launched its first all-new model, the MG6, in 2010 and, at the end of last year, MG officially returned to South Africa with the 6. It’s available in two body styles, each with three specification levels. We had a mid-spec Saloon 1,8T Luxury on test for two weeks. It surprised and frustrated us in equal measure…