MG 3 Review

MG 3 Review

The 2014 MG 3 is something of a contradiction in terms, and a wonderful one at that. According to the Encarta dictionary, super is defined as exceptionally large or powerful while mini describes a smaller version of something. MG is rather contradictory itself – a British icon now under Chinese control. With the 2014 MG 3 hopes to regain footing in the UK by appealing to consumers in the same way your ‘made in China’ toaster does – by offering a low price. The entry-level Time model starts at £8,399, Form trim is priced at £9,299 (£9,549 for the 3 Form Sport) and the top of the line Style costs just £9,999. Even though it’s inexpensive, the 3 still offers attractive styling, a spacious interior and plenty of features. Under the bonnet, all models of the 2014 MG 3 get the 105bhp 1.5-litre petrol engine with a five-speed manual gearbox. So, if you want to make your

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