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I allow me to ask if anyone have experience with owning/driving an MG in Thailand? I'm looking at a second hand MG6 myself 2014-18 model but know in general little about cars and even less about MG so if anyone have some info to share its very welcome.

 

In advance , Thanks.

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24 minutes ago, transam said:

Though I agree with some of your post, and am <deleted> off with the MG name being used to "cover" Chinese stuff, plus I owned an MGB, they were not quality cars...

Agreed the older MGs wernt great for quality, just looked good but always had the pedigree the MG Rover period with BMW engines, ZTT and ZT were pretty fine cars imo. 

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15 minutes ago, englishoak said:

Agreed the older MGs wernt great for quality, just looked good but always had the pedigree the MG Rover period with BMW engines, ZTT and ZT were pretty fine cars imo. 

Before the BMW engine period, many had Honda engines

 

Guess people call a proper MG, at least 50 + years old ?  

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you wont get any straight answer because this gets flooded with death-bed bored keyboard warriors talking about unrelated cars.

 

Anyone with a MG will be put off from posting in here.

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1 hour ago, ignis said:

Before the BMW engine period, many had Honda engines

 

Guess people call a proper MG, at least 50 + years old ?  

MG cars had BMC engines from way back, same as Austin Healey..BUT, the Chinese MG is all Chinese...

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MG now 100% a ChiCom car.  So good luck—you’ll need it.  BTW, had a BRG MGB in college—loved that POS.

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2 hours ago, CharlieH said:

I object to their use of the union Jack emblazened on them inferring they are British cars. Hate sales gimmicks and tricks.

For information - a Union Jack is the flag flown off the stern of HM Ships and the Union FLAG is what you are talking about I believe, unless you intend to float your MG?  A common mistake made by many.

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