MG 3 review

Category: Small car

Section: Passenger & boot space

MG 3 2021 rear seats
  • MG 3 2021 front cornering
  • MG 3 2021 rear cornering
  • MG 3 2021 dashboard
  • MG 3 2021 rear seats
  • MG 3 2021 infotainment
  • MG 3 2021 front
  • MG 3 2021 left tracking
  • MG 3 2021 left static
  • MG 3 2021 right tracking
  • MG 3 2021 badge
  • MG 3 2021 front seats
  • MG 3 2021 boot open
  • MG 3 2021 interior controls
  • MG 3 2021 dashboard detail
  • MG 3 2021 front cornering
  • MG 3 2021 rear cornering
  • MG 3 2021 dashboard
  • MG 3 2021 rear seats
  • MG 3 2021 infotainment
  • MG 3 2021 front
  • MG 3 2021 left tracking
  • MG 3 2021 left static
  • MG 3 2021 right tracking
  • MG 3 2021 badge
  • MG 3 2021 front seats
  • MG 3 2021 boot open
  • MG 3 2021 interior controls
  • MG 3 2021 dashboard detail
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The MG 3 isn't too cramped inside. While it's not as roomy in the front or back as the Dacia Sandero, it’s roughly on a par with the Ford Fiesta. Not bad for a car with such a budget price tag.

There’s enough head and leg room to ensure four adults will stay comfortable, even on long journeys. Boot space isn't great compared with the Sandero (or many other small cars for that matter), but the load bay is at least a practical, square shape and the rear seats can be folded down when you need to take longer loads (the seatback splits in a 60/40 configuration).