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17 hours ago, Don Mega said:

Mg is made in Thailand, China and some of MG's research, development and design still takes place out of the Longbridge site, I think they do this so they can say British made. I had a look at the MG here in Thailand and I asked the sales lady where the car is made, she said England! 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, SinCityGr8One said:

After 1 Datsun, 4 Nissans and 3 Toyotas, I went and got me a Suzuki Claz in NOV 2019. 4 door GL Plus Model with the wing on the boot. Also the Dealer threw in window tint all around for free. First Suzuki for me and I love it! Comfortable ride, cold A/C and plenty of power. Hit the 9,000 Km range with 0 problems. Check it out as it should be in your budget range. Plus dress up add on's are available from Lazada.

My wife has a 3 year old Suzuki Claz good car but the Mazda is a better car for holding the road, I personally would not buy a Suzuki

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14 hours ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Apparently not, it seems that you're wrong there, also...

"Thank you all for your replies.  I forgot to include the MG at 799,000"

Sorry you could not see my whitisissum...😂

 

The Chinese MG is like a lot of bought up famous brand names, to make folk think it was a totally British car, when in fact it ain't. They even have the front to put a union jack on the back.

MG's are not produced in the UK, mainly China, it seems..

The MG Extender is a Chinese pickup with an MG badge..

You want an MG, then you are buying Chinese, not a British performance ride.

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Th City and the Vios are both very good cars.  I tend to like Toyota's a little better so that's probably what I would buy.

 

For what it's worth, I own both a Camry and a CRV.

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23 hours ago, GuyFawkes said:

Thank you all for your replies.  I forgot to include the MG at 799,000 but I am not sure about reliability or servicing availability.

NEW MG ZS

1.5L X

NEW MG ZS

1.5L X

Hearing their reputation, I would advise steering clear of MG.  They look nice, but the build is apparently suspect.  For me, it would be Toyota, Vios or Yaris. Very happy with my 3 year old Vios.  It is certainly a basic car, it doesn't even have intermittent wiper setting, but it does the trick. Never had an issue with it. 

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23 hours ago, Lacessit said:

MG's are Chinese owned. Apart from any reliability or servicing issues, I would not be helping the economy of a country that has wrecked so many others.

you must have sacrificed plenty in the last few month then.

 

one can only imagine you half naked in a cave sitting by a fire. 

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4 hours ago, transam said:

The Chinese MG is like a lot of bought up famous brand names, to make folk think it was a totally British car, when in fact it ain't. They even have the front to put a union jack on the back.

MG's are not produced in the UK, mainly China, it seems..

The MG Extender is a Chinese pickup with an MG badge..

You want an MG, then you are buying Chinese, not a British performance ride.

Not one person on this thread has suggested otherwise yet you continue to bang on about it's being Chinese.

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13 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Not one person on this thread has suggested otherwise yet you continue to bang on about it's being Chinese.

I know, I am a loner.....:stoner:.......

But, the car is built with Chinese stuff with a British tag, that's why it is cheaper than the rest, the name/Logo sells...🤒

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