There’s plenty of adjustment to the seat, but the steering wheel doesn’t move for reach, so some drivers may find it hard to get comfortable. Visibility to the front and rear is good, though, and the MG3’s dashboard is logically laid out. Most of the buttons are easy to use on the move, but those for the stereo are poorly labelled.
MG3 space & practicality
There’s enough head and leg room to ensure four adults will stay comfortable, even on long journeys. Boot space is average, but adding the optional space-saver spare wheel makes it worse. That said, the boot is a practical, square shape and the rear seats can be folded if you need to take longer loads.
Entry-level 3Time models get 14in steel wheels, a USB socket, electric front and rear windows and a CD player, but that’s about it. 3Form trim adds air-con, a DAB radio, Bluetooth, a smartphone dock, remote central locking and a leather steering wheel with audio controls, so that’s what we’d go for. 3Form Sport models get 16in alloys and a bodykit, while top-spec 3Style cars get different 16in alloys, rear parking sensors, cruise control and automatic lights and wipers