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2x Free Event Movie Vouchers with Car Test Drive [MG Motors - NSW/QLD]

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Hi all,

Received this in the mail but noticed it's available online too. Never really see any MG cars on our streets so I'm kind of interested to test drive their SUV.

Below are details for the promotion:

†Essence model shown at $28,489 including metallic paint (RRP $499). ~ Essence X model shown at $35,784 including metallic paint (RRP $499) and black roof (RRP $295) options fitted. ∞Core model with “Trophy” decals shown at $14,815.03. ‡ Drive away price includes 12-months registration, CTP insurance, stamp duty and dealer delivery. # 6 year factory warranty terms and conditions at www.mgmotor.com.au/warranty. 6 year factory warranty excludes decals. Decal factory warranty is 2 years. !6 year roadside assistance terms and conditions at www.mgmotor.com.au/warranty. Offer ends 30/6/2017. While stocks last. Not available to fleet, govt, rental buyers, hire car and chauffeur companies or with any other offers. *Popcorn may not have been popped by an actual kitten. ˇ A limit of one double movie pass per person regardless of the number of test drives undertaken by that person. Popcorn machine issued at time of vehicle delivery following purchase. Offer available at authorised MG Motor Australia dealerships while stocks last. Dealership locations at www.mgmotor.com.au/dealers. MG Motor Australia reserves the right to change or extend this offer. Event Cinemas tickets terms and conditions at www.eventcinemas.com.au

Dealer locations - Available in NSW & QLD

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  • not a freebie

  • Popcorn may not have been popped by an actual kitten.

    No deal.

  • Seems to be confined to NSW and Queensland.

  • Never really see any MG cars on our streets so I'm kind of interested to test drive their SUV.

    Someone posted this comment on a recent review on CarAdvice;

    "A brand known for reliability and Chinese built? What could go wrong?"

    Sums it up perfectly.

  • From the spec sheet…
    "Accelerator with brake pedal with sports metal finish"

    Really interested to see how that works!

  • I haven't driven one of these but i've inspected fairly closely, they seem to be reasonably built, better than the other Chinese brands here.

    Resale will be woeful though. Reminds me of a customer of mine when i worked at my old job (finance company). Bought a Great wall ute for like 25k. At 4 years old he went to trade it in, was offered $500 haha.

    • At 4 years old he went to trade it in, was offered $500 haha.

      I call bullshit, there's no way a great wall could last four years unless it wasn't used.

      • IIRC, his had about 80,000kms on it. It wasn't perfect (some stone chips, the odd shopping trolley damage, but it wasn't a workhorse ute.. just weekender renovation sort of use). I offered him $750 for it haha. Ended up selling it for a few grand, but he still lost about 20k on it. By comparison, he could have bought a hilux workmate and lost significantly less over the same time frame.

        • By comparison, he could have bought a hilux workmate and lost significantly less over the same time frame.

          Yeah, spend a few more dollars on a decent brand and you'll get it back many times over not to mention you spend less time having the vehicle fixed.

          It's false economy for a tradesmen buying these unproven cheap Chinese vehicles that are unsafe and cost you heaps when they break down.

  • Sad to see the fine motoring tradition of MG debased by rubbish. Their cars weren't always reliable but they were interesting. Who could forget a ride in a TC .. :-) .. !!