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MG's attempt to re-establish itself in the UK rests on the shoulders of the new ZS crossover, which aims to beat its rivals on space and price
MG launches the third model of its Chinese-owned era: a family-sized 'soft-roader' crossover that faces increasingly tough competition, even at the affordable end of the segment
Revamped MG 6 proves itself to be an affordable and well-equipped saloon, albeit one hamstrung by an agricultural diesel engine
MG Motor’s first supermini has price on its side, but the segment is filled with quality offerings for little more money - does the MG3 have anything else to offer?
A modernised 238bhp MGB may sound tempting, but its £56k price tag could prove difficult to justify
The MG5 offers distinctive design, strong heritage and a well made interior but the entire package is let down by a poor drive train
The MG TF is undeniably flawed, but it is an appealing driver’s car nonetheless
Can the MG Motor MG6, the company's first all-new car under Chinese ownership, hit its mark?