Leather upholstery now comes as standard in the range-topping MG3 Style+ model.
An all-new compact SUV from MG – the XS – has been unveiled at the London Motor Show.
MG has unveiled a new electric supercar concept at the Shanghai International Automotive Show.
A 1980 MGB GT with just 1,500 miles on the clock is to go under the hammer at Classic Car Auctions' biggest sale to date.
Production of MG cars is to come to an end in the UK after parent company SAIC Motor, decided to move final assembly of the MG3 from Longbridge to China.
New test facilities have been installed at MG’s Longbridge site demonstrating, says the company, its commitment to the future and the quality of its products.
MG’s all-new GS will cost from £14,995 OTR.
The new MG GS, which goes on sale in the UK next month, has undergone rigorous testing including key stretches in extreme weather conditions from Australia to Sweden.
MG has unveiled its new SUV - the GS - at the London Motor Show.
The covers are set to come off the all-new MG GS at the 2016 London Motor Show next week.
The MG model range will be immortalised in the family-favourite card game, Top Trumps.
The MG3 hatchback has received updates for 2016.
The latest version of the 5-door city car will be available to buy next week, and offers customers better fuel consumption, lower tax and an updated personalisation range - which includes the launch of new combinations and roof colours.
The supermini, which now benefits from a more economical 124g/km of CO2 and a stop-start EU6 engine, also comes with a new chrome grille 'to complement the MG family face'. The MG3's Red Rose and Hello Yellow paints are now available with selected roof colour combinations of white or black.
Matthew Cheyne, Head of Sales and Marketing for MG, said: "The MG3 has continued its success from the day it launched in 2013 and, with all that it offers, it's easy to see why so many people have fallen for our fun-packed and stylish supermini. Now we're giving customers a little bit more, with the addition of some great features, but still keeping the price low; making it great value for money and setting us apart from our competitors.
The MG3 EU6 is the latest car to be launched from the Longbridge site. Customers can choose from the four models starting with the MG3 3Time which costs £8,399 OTR, the MG3 3Form from £9,599, the MG3 3Form Sport from £9,899, an MG3 3Style model from £10,49 and MG3 3Style Lux - which comes with the addition of leather seats and is priced from £10,999 OTR.
MG is currently offering £2,000 for your old car.
No matter what the car you drive, an approved MG dealer will take that car and part-exchange it with a either a new MG3 or MG6 for a minimum of £2,000 against selected models; such as the top of the range MG3 3STYLE at £9,999.
Matthew Cheyne, MG's Head of Sales and Marketing, said: "We think this is easily our best offer yet. Those looking for an outstanding deal, as well as the opportunity to join an iconic brand, are sure to fall in love with our range like our existing customers have. An offer this great might not be repeated again, so now is the time to snap it up and take this opportunity to get your hands on a great brand new car with more specification than you can imagine at a price that won't bust your budget."
The MG3 range starts from £8,399 while the MG6 range starts from £13,995.
The offer is not available in conjunction with the current zero per cent finance or deposit contribution deals, but can be used with a PCP deal.
MG is celebrating the opening of its flagship showroom in prestigious Piccadilly, London.
This new showroom, part of MG's major expansion of dealerships, is described as 'a significant move for the marque' placing MG in the heart of the growing economy.
Matthew Cheyne, MG's Head of Sales and Marketing, said: "This showroom will act as a shop window for anyone interested in MG. They will be able to take a look at the cars we are selling, get a preview of what the highly anticipated SUV will look like and gain an insight into the modern MG brand and the direction it's going in. We're very much looking forward to welcoming people here."
Tracing its history back to 1924, modern MGs are designed, engineered and assembled in Longbridge, Birmingham. MG's move to London demonstrates the brand's growth and expanding network, as well as its commitment to investing within the UK economy.
Two cars currently come off the Longbridge assembly lines: the MG6 and the MG3 with MG confirming several models are planned for the immediate and longer-term future.
The MG6 is a medium-sized fastback while the MG3 is a new generation, affordable super-mini which can be personalised, so owners have the option of giving their car their own style-statement.
MG was the fastest growing brand in Britain in 2014 accordig to official figures issued by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders and currently has the fastest growing network of dealers in the UK.