Buyers of the MG3 can choose their own personal design for the car, and also add a range of accessories. “Although the full range of the one million combinations might not necessarily be for the taste of South African customers, buyers of the new MG3 are able to personalise their purchase to such an extent that it would for all practical reasons be totally unique on South African roads,” says MG South Africa General Manager for CMH Brands, Derrick Bishop.
Launched in South Africa a year after its international launch, the MG3 benefits from exceptional interior and boot space, class leading chassis and driving dynamics and high levels of equipment on all specifications as standard. The flagship MG3 STYLE was introduced at R179 900. Two more models, the mid-range MG3 WIRED (depending on the exchange rate, pricing will be around R165 000) and the entry-level MG3 (around R145 000) are expected in local showrooms in November.