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1924 - The First MG Is Born

Having outgrown his sales desk job, Cecil Kimber heads to the garage and begins to tinker around. Much tinkering after, he finished his own tuned version of the Morris Car, calling it the Old Number one.!

1933 - The First Record Is Broken

The MG K3 Magnette emerged triumphant at the Mille Miglia, one of the toughest races in the world, and was the first non-italian marque to take the 1100cc class win thanks to Captain George Eyston & Johnny Lurani.

1945 - Beginning Of Cool After The War

The company launched the MG TC, complete with latest features and gadgets. It sold nearly 2,000 units! This car can be credited with starting the American craze for the British sports car.!

1956 - The Year Of The Classic Magnette

Initially, the MG ZB Magnette raised a lot of eyebrows. However, with its solid performance and superior features, the Magnette became everyone’s favourite in no time.. 

1957 - Set Record, Break Record, Repeat

The MG Ex181 sets a world record for reaching speed of 245.64mph. And then MG decides to break its own record in 1959 – by touching a speed of 254.91mph at Bonneville Salt Flats. The MG was driven by Sir Stirling Moss.!

1959 - Name's Bond, MGA Bond

MG decides to take things up a notch and launch the MGA, an upgrade of the heart-throbbingly popular MGA 1500. Fitted with a 1588cc engine, it gave the MGA an extra 6 BHP that pretty much made people fly.. 

1962 - Prince Charles Gets An MGC

MGB - World’s most affordable sportscar was built. The fact that over 5,00,000 MGBs were built just goes on to show how popular it was. When Prince Charles went to University, he bought the B’s bigger brother, the MGC.!

1982 - Great Things, Small Packages

After the doors of Abingdon closed, many assumed that this would be the end of the MG era. Contrary to popular beliefs, MG emerged stronger and launched the compact MG Metro. It has its own fan following still.. 

1983 - Five Doors, A Thousand Fans

The world was changing, and design was changing too. The Metro gave way to a superior five-door hatchback with exceptional performance and handling, the MG Maestro. It further gave way to MG Maestro Turbo.!

2000 - A New Beginning

MG ushered in the new millennium with the MG TF; an upgrade of the MGF. What followed was a hot-hatch, the MG ZR, and two sports saloons; The MG ZS and MG ZT. MG was back in the motoring world. . 

2007 - SAIC Spearheads The MG Brand

The MG marque and Longbridge plant were taken over by Nanjing Automobile. Cut to 2007, Nanjing Automobile gave way to SAIC Motor, and MG pops back on the world map as MG Motor.!

2011 - New Era. New Demands. New Designs

Future forward as always, MG realised the need to be personal. With high level customizations, MG introduced the MG3; giving consumers the power to co-design their cars.. 

2012 - Design Meets Power

The MG5 emerged as an absolute star, being a spectacular compact car with a stunning exterior design, plush interiors and an aggressive 1.5 litre petrol four-cylinder "VTi-Tech" engine.!

2015 - The First SUV Is Launched

Always on the edge of innovation, MG launches the MG GS, the first-ever MG SUV. Better agility enabled the MG driver to take his MG both on and off the road.. 

2017 - The Magic Of E-Motion

The resolutely ahead E-Motion came with an internet-compatible infotainment system, built on a pure-electric modular architecture platform. It boasts of 0-100 km/h in less than four seconds, and has a range of over 500km.!

2018 - Innovation Thrives With The MG HS

Future forward as always, MG realised the need to be personal. With high level customizations, MG introduced the MG3; giving consumers the power to co-design their cars.. 

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We can introduce you to a selected panel of lenders, which includes MG Finance. An introduction to a lender does not amount to independent financial advice and we act as their agent for this introduction. Our approach is to introduce you first to MG Finance, who are usually able to offer the best available package for you, taking into account both interest rates and other contributions. If they are unable to make you an offer of finance, we then seek to introduce you to whichever of the other lenders on our panel is able to be make the next best offer of finance for you. Our aim is to secure the best deal you are eligible for from our panel of lenders. Lenders may pay a fixed commission to us for introducing you to them, calculated by reference to the vehicle model or amount you borrow. Different lenders may pay different commissions for such introductions, and MG Finance also provide preferential rates to us for the funding of our vehicle stock and also provide financial support for our training and marketing. But any such amounts they and other lenders pay us will not affect the amounts you pay under your finance agreement, all of which are set by the lender concerned. If you ask us what the amount of commission is, we will tell you in good time before the Finance agreement is executed. All finance applications are subject to status, terms and conditions apply, UK residents only, 18’s or over. Guarantees may be required.

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