MG 6

MG 6

The MG 6 is a mid-size car from MG Motor UK.

After the takeover of the remnants of previous bankrupt MG Rover first by the Nanjing Automobile Group and the adoption of these by Shanghai Automotive Industry (SAIC ) in 2005 had first the production of older Rover models by both under the MG brand as well as under the included the loss of the rights to Rover brand Roewe incurred. The MG 6 is the first newly created Director under Chinese brand vehicle.

The MG 6 is powered by a 1.8 L petrol engine, which makes 98 kW. Optionally, a version with turbocharger is available whereby the power rises to 118 kW. A five-speed manual or automatic transmission is optionally available for both versions. The equipment corresponds to Western standards, and moves with it - as well as the price - more than otherwise usual in China.

Having previously been available in Europe from MG only the MG TF, the turbo version of the MG 6 since March 2011 are for sale but only in the UK.

In addition to the hatchback in late 2010 a notchback version was introduced, which largely corresponds to the Roewe 550, but has the look of the MG 6.


In the fall of 2011, the MG 6 posted Geely Emgrand EC7 next to a four -star result in Euro NCAP crash test according to standard and the best result of a Chinese manufacturer to Qoros with the Qoros 3 in September 2013 achieved a five star rating. The car received a 73 % rating for adult occupant protection and an 71 % rating for occupant protection for children. In addition, it has received a 42% score for pedestrian safety, as well as a 71 % rating for its safety assistance systems.