Review: First MG SUV keeps the legendary marque alive

Turn the key and the screen lights up with the legend MG Since 1924. What started out in Abingdon as an offshoot of Morris Garages has had a proud life. If it was a human it would be in its nineties.
Unlike a nonagenarian, car companies rarely die – and if they do they can have an after-life, a second chance. MG finally was abandoned when its British owners went bust in 2005. It was resuscitated by the Chinese. They phased out the capable TF sports car and gave us the MG6 saloon and the MG3 hatchback, each made in China and assembled in the English Midlands at Longbridge. The MG6, an OK car... read more

8 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 39
Source: Scotsman

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