Are you seeking a sporty SUV or a hatchback? If so, then it could be that an MG will fit the bill perfectly.
You can browse all the MG cars available below. If you’d like to find out more about the history and reliability of these very British vehicles, continue reading.
In the reliability stakes MG doesn’t perform badly at all. In the 2017 survey conducted by Reliability Index they ranked quite well, earning 17th place in their review of 40 different car manufacturers.
The history of MG
MG got its start in the 1920s as a sideline for the MG Car Company Limited, which was sold for the first time in 1936, they were best known for two-seat sports cars though they also produced saloons and coupes.
MG has been owned by multiple companies since the 1920s, starting with the merger, in 1952, with The Austin Motor Company Ltd, which formed the British Motor Corporation Limited (BMC). Several years later BMC merged with Leyland Motor Corporation and became British Leyland Motor Corporation (BLMC), later to become British Leyland.
In the 1980s British Leyland became the Rover Group and MG was the brand used for the sportier versions of Austin Rover’s Metro, Montego and Maestro and in 1992 the marque was revived and used on the MG RV8.
Still British-based, the MG brand has a factory in Birmingham, but it is a subsidiary of SAIC, a Chinese car manufacturer based in Shanghai. After the merger, the company that seemed as though it was about to head into the history books, started to develop and produce new cars.
If you can see a shiny new MG in your future then get in touch with us today on 01903 538835 or if you’d like to arrange a call back at a time that’s better for you then send us a message. Our team will then be in touch to find out more about what you’re looking for and the solutions that OSV can provide.