Car insurance groups for MG Motor cars
In July 2005 MG Rover went into administration and its assets were bought by Chinese car maker Nanjing Automobile, who opened ‘MG Motor’ their UK subsidiary.
As a result MG Motor launched several new cars including the MG 6 GT and MG6 Magnette, the former being a well equipped sporty coupe with stylish looks and attractive pricing. The Magnette is a saloon version of the same. The MG6 is pretty spacious alongside rivals and independent car reviews of the MG 6 seem reasonable, praising the car’s handling, even if interior fit and finish is a tad disappointing. 80% of the new car is built in China before final assembly in Longbridge, Birmingham.
The MG 6 sits in a low insurance group of 13/14 making cheap insurance a possibility. However, running costs make grim reading, with high CO2 emissions of 184g/km from the car's 1.8 Turbo engine costing you £210 a year in Road Tax. Combined fuel economy is equally poor at just 35.6mpg.
So what happened to the MG TF classic British sports car? Good news on that - the Chinese manufacturer has been batch building the MG TF so it's still available to test drive at MG Motor dealerships across the UK. Jeremy Clarkson said the “MG TF VVC is defiantly a great first sports car” and with such affordable used car pricing on the MG TF, it's hard to disagree. The MG TF's insurance group of 29/30 is reasonable too.
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MG Insurance Groups
UK Insurance groups for the latest MG Motor car range together with facts and figures are provided in the table below:
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* Please note some of the details on this web site may differ between Insurance Companies, and should only be taken as a guide.
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