The MG3 hasn’t officially launched yet, but according to China Car Times, that has not stopped dealers from sending out pictures of the cars as they sit on showroom floors.
The MG3 Crossover will come as a 1.5-litre vehicle with the same AMT gearbox as the regular version; a 1.3-litre will not be available. Obviously being a crossover vehicle it has had its suspension raised ever so slightly and black plastic cladding added to its exterior – interestingly the Crossover gets side impact curtains bringing total airbags to five.
Pricing is from around 95,000rmb (£9000) and rising, but we will confirm when the car is officially on the market.
[Source: China Car Times]
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