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MG started life in 1924 when Morris Garages general manager, Cecil Kimber, found a market for modified Morris cars. The company would eventually start to compete in racing competitions as early as the 1930s.

MG cars have always had a strong connection with motor sport. MG cars have won the Le Mans 24-hour race and broken land speed records in Europe and America in different classes.

MG regularly manufactured sports cars until MG Rover, the company that eventually purchased it, went into administration in 2005. Now owned by the Chinese car manufacturer SAIC, MG is producing cars again. The famous MG octagon badge is now being used for a new generation of sports cars.

MG cars are designed and engineered at MG’s headquarters in Longbridge, Birmingham. MG also have the use of one of its owner's manufacturing facilities in China.

Read our review MG 6

Announced at the 2009 Shanghai Auto Show, the MG6 went on sale first as a hatchback and later became available as a saloon. The development and styling of the MG6 was split between the UK and China. The EDAG in Shanghai completed the majority of the work with the rest of the development done at the SAIC UK Technical Centre.

Specification (11 - 16) Engine Size Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
Standard Trim 1.8 14 H
S 1.8 - 1.9 13 - 17 C - I
SE 1.8 - 1.9 14 D - I
 BTCC 1.8 17 H
 90th LE 1.8 15 D
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MG F

First designed when the company was owned by British Aerospace, the MG F was brought to market after the company was sold to BMW. Some MG F models sit near the middle of the ABI insurance group rankings. This means premiums may be reasonable for a sports car of this type, but this will of course also depend on your personal circumstances.

Specification (95 - 05) Engine Capacity Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
Standard Trim 1.6 - 1.8 24 - 30 I - K
75th Anniversary 1.8 28 - 32 -
Abington  1.8 28 - 32 -
Freestyle  1.8 26 - 30 I - K
SE  1.8 26 - 30 I - K

MG TF

The TF may be a sports car, but you may find it to be a reasonably priced purchase. Repair costs are relatively cheap and due to its light-weight design, the TF is easy on fuel consumption. The TF sits near the middle of the car insurance group range. This means that it’s considered neither a particularly high nor low risk vehicle. This is one of the main factors used by insurers to determine the cost of your premium. Car insurance premiums could be higher or lower, depending on the model and your own personal driving history.

Specification (02 - 05) Engine Capacity Typical Insurance Group* Tax Bracket Range*
TF115 1.6 23 H
TF135 1.8 26 I - J
Cool Blue 1.6 - 1.8 25 - 27 H - J
Spark 1.6 - 1.8 25 - 32 H - I
Sunstorm 1.6 - 1.8 23 - 32 H - I
 
*All information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
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