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2020 Hyundai i20 revealed, off Australia's radar
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20th Feb 2020
3 min read

2020 Hyundai i20 revealed, off Australia's radar

Hyundai Europe has revealed its brand-new i20 city car with claimed best-in-class safety and infotainment tech, and a 48V mild-hybrid engine. But it’s not coming to Australia, just like its predecessor. This situation feels incongruous given the first-generation model, sourced from India, was a regular top-seller here.
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Mike Costello
2019 MG 3 review
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29th Apr 2019
5 min read
MG 3 2019 excite

2019 MG 3 review

7.4
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Alborz Fallah
MG is 'here to stay’ in Australia
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29th Jun 2018
2 min read

MG is 'here to stay’ in Australia

Chinese-owned MG says it's fully committed to Australia, as its parent company uses our market as a test bed for its western expansion. MG Australia’s director of marketing, Danny Lenartic, this week told CarAdvice Australia is an extremely important market to MG, given parent company SAIC’s plans for overseas expansion.
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Alborz Fallah
2017 MG 3, MG 6 Plus pricing and specs: Reborn marque launches, again, in Australia
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25th Oct 2016
3 min read

2017 MG 3, MG 6 Plus pricing and specs: Reborn marque launches, again, in Australia

MG has launched the 2017 MG 3 hatch and 2017 MG 6 Plus fastback in Australia, marking the Chinese-owned British brand's latest swing at the Australian market. The storied brand's most recent appearance in the hugely competitive Australian market was through a local distributor, but it failed to make any real headway and cars were left unsold for months.
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James Wong
MG 3 light hatch debuts; coming to Oz late-2013
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22nd Apr 2013
1 min read

MG 3 light hatch debuts; coming to Oz late-2013

Coming to Australia late this year, the MG 3 light hatchback made its official debut at the Shanghai motor show. Based on the MG ZERO concept, the MG 3 was designed and engineered in the UK, but it will be built in China. The four-metre-long MG 3 seats four, and after “hundreds of thousands of miles of testing on European roads” is claimed to deliver “impressive levels of body control, sharpness and a willingness to corner to engage keen drivers”.
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