The modelRead full review
The MG 3 is keenly priced, but a bumpy ride, wheezy engine and disappointing safety rating all count against it. It's hard to recommend.
The trimSee full equipment
This entry-level trim gets you alloy wheels, air-conditioning, rear parking sensors, electric windows all round and an 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system. Given the MG 3's budget-focused nature, it's the one to go for.
The engineSee full engine specs
The MG 3's engine isn’t turbocharged like the majority of its rivals', so it feels gutless and asthmatic at low revs. On quicker roads, it’s easier to make use of the engine’s maximum grunt, which arrives at a 4500rpm – but once you’re that high up in the rev range, be prepared for quite a lot of vibration and harshness.
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