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Wave the Union Flag. Why? Because MG Motor UK is British (sort of). It therefore builds cars in Britain (sort of) and patriotic customers feel proud to own one (sort of). So, let us consider its history. The company was formed after its predecessor, MG Rover, went bust in 2005. It operates from the United Kingdom but is owned by SAIC Motor, a Chinese company. As such, cars are built abroad then the finishing touches are screwed on at the Longbridge Plant in Birmingham. Despite its recent birth, this company has inherited a sense of history and grandeur from its predecessors that were formed, merged and sold over the years. Technically though, it has only produced a handful of vehicles for second-hand buyers to choose from. These include the 2008 MG TF that was leftover from the company's previous incarnation. So, even in its day it looked and felt dated and is now completely outclassed by the newer alternatives. But never mind. It is still a two-door convertible that has countless fans and sports a fashionable badge (sort of). This lifestyle statement is also hard to find so prices tend to be higher than some people expect. Older versions built under the company's previous guise tend to be much cheaper.
In contrast, the MG6 GT is a modern five-door hatchback that claims to be a driver's car. It does - to be fair - have nicely weighted steering and it corners with confidence thanks to the fairly satisfying set-up. It also looks attractive, has a spacious cabin, and a large boot that can swallow lots of Union Flags. Rule Britannia. This complements the Magnette Saloon version that looks sleeker and has a similar cargo capacity. But the MG6's main strength - as far as cost conscious used buyers are concerned - is that it is extremely good value for money. As such, nearly new examples can be picked-up for far less than their original sale price - even if they have barely travelled beyond the forecourt. Perhaps these low prices suggest that some motorists need convincing the brand has a bright future. And hopefully it does. To this end, MG Motor UK recently launched the MG3 which is a supermini class vehicle that stands out from the crowd. The love it or hate it styling ensures that. Plus it is British (sort of) - so wave that Union Flag.