Thursday, December 17, 2009

More pictures of the MG6




Still looking good.
This is one Chinese car I wouldn't mind seeing over here.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't that a GM steering wheel?

Anonymous said...

It looks like cheap junk to me.

Wheels make it look cheap, shifter looks cheap, general shape of interior looks cheap.

artandcolour said...

still good looking. looking a bit dated though, not in it's lines, but maybe the hard points? just a rebody of the Rover something or another, right? the lines look really good though. in a decent color, with leather and good wheels, it might be pretty hot.

Anonymous said...

I can't tell how bad/good it is from pictures...
BUT, if by cheap, you mean current BMW interior cheap, then I completely agree.

Anonymous said...

"It looks like cheap junk to me.

Wheels make it look cheap, shifter looks cheap, general shape of interior looks cheap."

i love all these racists on this site, if you wanna voice your opinion, at least bother to offer some sort of reasoning to back it up. if you dislike china as a country for their trade deficit or their product quality or whatever reason, then put it in action and stop buying made-in-china merchandises, (which means you should probably go ahead and throw out 90% of your belongings) you are not pray china to death by leaving illogical comments on the internet.

Anonymous said...

looking very Mitsubishi/Mazda ish.

Anonymous said...

Would be nice to see this as a 2/3-door with that greenhouse shape.

Is this car British only in name now?

pfry said...

It's a bloated Hyundai Elantra.

I am really beginning to question your taste in cars Vince. Very disappointed.

Anonymous said...

The interior needs a little work.. but I would consider this car... and as someone above said... maybe build/bring a 3 -door version... and it would really be more interesting, imho.

Overall, if this were sold in the USA, for 3-4 years.. and allof the reports indicated it's a quality/long-term product... I'd be test driving one of these.

Anonymous said...

The interior needs a little work.. but I would consider this car... and as someone above said... maybe build/bring a 3 -door version... and it would really be more interesting, imho.

Overall, if this were sold in the USA, for 3-4 years.. and allof the reports indicated it's a quality/long-term product... I'd be test driving one of these.