The modelRead full MG3 review
A keenly priced small car, but the bumpy ride, wheezy engine and disappointing safety rating all count against it. It's hard to recommend.
The trimSee full equipment
This range-topping trim brings sports seats up front, cruise control, a reversing camera and a few other upgrades, including built-in sat-nav.
The engineSee full engine specs
The only engine option isn’t turbocharged, so it feels a bit 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 the rev range, be prepared for quite a lot of vibration and harshness.
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