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MG6 Plus from $19,990 Drive Away (Was $25,276) with 6 Yr Unlimited KM Warranty and Roadside Assistance @ MG Australia

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MG6 Plus Car from 19,990 drive away (was 25,276) with 6 yr unlimited KM warranty and roadside assistance.

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    I'd buy one for 10K

  • +5 votes

    $17,990 from Norris Motors Brisbane http://nmg.com.au/mgm0011-422564-mg-mg6plus-2017.html

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    pretty sure the Kia Cerato S auto is also $19,990 driveaway w/ 7yr warranty.

    Who are you going to bet on?

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      Wouldn't buy a Cerato at all but if it came down to both of them? Kia all day!

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        Korean manufacturing with ugly combined? haha no thanks.

        Have had way too many made in Korea items go wrong for me to go down that route again. From LG air con to Samsung fridge and whitegoods and late model Hyundai elantra.

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          It'd be if I won a raffle and could choose either/or

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          Its probably just you. You didn't take care of your belongings well enough.

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          He's probalby not far off… I'm not a huge fan of Korean whitegoods and cars but in comparison to Chinese? LOL

          However saying that I have a 10yr old plus Samsung fridge like him but zero issues and havent had much issue with Korean cars and of course everyone seems to shoot their pants over Samsung phones.

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    A Chinese car pretending to be and english car?? Kia Certo would be a far better option.

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    The MG is SAIC

    Wouldn't touch it unless it was well south of $10k new

  • +8 votes

    Lol @ 2017 resale

    Private Price Guide $12,600 - $14,400
    Trade In Price Guide $9,800 - $11,600

  • +1 vote

    30 Years ago, Japanese landed. 15 years ago, Korean landed. Now Chinese Landed. Hopefully OZ own made will land after 15 years.

  • +2 votes

    Who designs these things? That is a very boring and uninspired looking car. Don't even want to think about trying to get replacement parts.

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    Did some quick research and it seems to be a first generation model. Second gen is due later this year.

  • +3 votes

    Do they take CashRewards?

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    Is there a Xiaomi version of this car?

  • +2 votes

    MG are known for two things. Tiny cute sports cars, and British reliability.

    Why you'd bring the brand back without the first I don't know.

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      Yeah, I had no idea about this but now after 5 minutes of reading about it my first thought is what a way for a brand to commit suicide.

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        The brand already died 15 years ago sadly.

        This Chinese version has nothing common with it except the badge.

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          yeah, no sports cars here, but then sub $80k for sports cars it's a tough market, MX5, mustangs, corvettes,

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    Damn, did anyone mis-read the title as "AMG" instead of just "MG"

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    Do they use asbestos in building this car?

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    New model was shown already last year but not released in Australia yet

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    we seem to a accept chinese quality in mobile phones they they make, no reason they can’t make good cars.
    with the right leadership in a company.

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      Most people are happy with a mobile phone lasting 2 year.
      Most people are happy with cars that would last around 20 years.

      Phones ~$200; cars ~$20,000.

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    A forgotten car lucky to be worth more than $5k as soon as it's out of showroom (forget Redbook value). An all-new MG6 already out last year. There are much, much better ways (car itself and financially) to spend $20k on a car.

    Maybe dump them to those rent-a-bomb car rentals for next to nothing?

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    Wow - that is an MG?

    To me MG is a classic car with a great unique style. I guess its like a JVC TV, nothing to do with the original brand or design philosophy.

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      when chinese companies buy brands they take some engineers and designers with them, unfortunately not the accountants or marketeers, so target market and price points change to make them profitable, rather than just cheaper by relocating.

      The electric car market will be interesting as Europe starts to set targets, and china wants to keep pollution down and not be dependent as much on foreign oil.

      Electric are CHEAP and simple to make ….. pity our ex car plants will be sold to real estate developers due to their location,

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    More crap from China!

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    People are way too quick to judge. we were in the market for automatic vans and initially laughed off the idea of getting anything from China. After looking at iloads, transporters and hiaces decided to look at “those dodgy Chinese vans” and walked away with 2. 15 months on the road and no problems.

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      But try crashing one!

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        There are less idiotic ways to end up in a hospital than intentionally crashing your car.

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          I used to drive for a living… it's a sheer numbers game. No matter how good you are! Some idiot will do some stupid shit. I was clocking 80000km's+ a year.

          Where did I say intentionally crashing a 'car'???

          The LDV is notorious for returning EXTREMELY POOR crash testing which is HIGHLY important if you are a courier! Why risk it?

          http://www.ancap.com.au/safety-ratings/ldv/v80/2b54a9
          http://www.ancap.com.au/safety-ratings/ldv/g10/0a395d

          Say hello to permanent feet injuries and look forward to having your ribcage crushed and smashed!

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          @kronicmacstigator:

          I used to drive for a living… it's a sheer numbers game. No matter how good you are! Some idiot will do some stupid shit. I was clocking 80000km's+ a year.

          It's not just crash testing but reliability. How much does every day of downtime cost you? And for what saving over a few years when you take into account resale? Likely that the known and tested brands will end up cheaper over a few years even excluding the additional downtime.

          Stupid people buy Chinese and Korean vehicles for commercial purposes.

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          @Maverick-au: Yep, I didn't drive a HUGE van (I was delivering flowers) but I just went for a good used Toyota.

          The nail in the coffin for me in regards to Chinese vehicles was purely crash safety.

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          @kronicmacstigator:

          Yep, I didn't drive a HUGE van (I was delivering flowers) but I just went for a good used Toyota.

          Everytime I see a tradesman in a Great Wall or other Chinese or similar ute I immediately discard that tradesman as an idiot.

          The nail in the coffin for me in regards to Chinese vehicles was purely crash safety.

          Exactly it's bad enough that you don't care about reliability or that you're too stupid to do the maths on running costs and resale but to ignore the safety tests as well. Sheesh.

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          @Maverick-au: To be honest, they were hardly on my radar and wasn't considering them at all (the only one that I might of considered was the G10). I was more a Berlingo/Caddy/Prius V type of courier. I ended up grabbing the Prius V because then I could also do UberXL

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      Free asbestos? Hahaha!

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