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I had a 1969 MGB roadster, and was excellent in every way, and also a good investment.

I will say good. My girlfriend bought a new 2018 MG ZS smart, (5 door hatch) against my advise because being a Chinese car it must be rubbish right? So far 27,000 kms later I couldn’t have b

Just bought a new 2020 MG ZS top model. Early days, drives well, comfortable and quiet, plenty of power, prefer the steering/suspension to be in Dynamic mode. Minor issue with wheel alignment, fixed i

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There's MG thread just recently on a truck which has good reviews.

If your talking cars I see lot around where live.

One Thai guy  I spoke to had a Union Jack on the roof which he pointed out, I said I would want the St Georges English flag 😵  but he was happy with the car, it was a small car can't remember the name. 

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2 hours ago, condobrit001 said:

I had a 1969 MGB roadster, and was excellent in every way, and also a good investment.

Good taste.

 

but a Chinese MG , would not jump on it personally.

having said that, when the first funny looking Japanese car showed up in Europe, Toyota it was I think, people went out to look at it and almost all thought what a piece of junk.
However, now they have some of the lowest breakdown rates, and left many European car brands biting the dust.

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Looks like a good car for running around town in or for the wife to drive because of size . Only thing I seen about it negative really was the lack of power in some , but if you are only doing short drives or around town why does that matter . 

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The MG 3 seem to have all the power you would want. The automatic gearbox also seem to work fine.

But I could imagine the 1,5 engine being too small for the MG 5. 

Biggish problem I find, is that the car do not understand English when you speak to it. Only Thai.

The GPS speak English OK.

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