That might be true for building it at Longbridge, but this is expected to be their best selling model in China as not all Chinese people can afford a car like the MG-7! It should be in production before the end of the year.mdocherty said:according to austin-rover's latest news...Nanjing will only build the MG3, if they get investment or the merger with SAIC goes ahead.
Windy said:I know that you have to write something negative every time MG or Rover is mentioned, but isn't that going a little bit too far Mega
(I see Keith Adams is away for a few weeks, so I guess it's the perfect time to post that on his site )
The engine will be a Euro 5 version of the MG Rover K-Series which they are calling the N-Series so basically the same as the Streetwise engine, in fact there may be an MG-3 Streetwise version. They will also be using the MG-Rover PG1 manual transmission as used on the 1.8L Rover Streetwise/MG ZR, I've seen nothing about any automatic transmission...Warren2 said:can somebody tell met what kind of engine there will come in the re-manufactured MG Rover streetwiss *the MR3 from NAC-MG.
I thought they also shiped the K-serie engines from the callopsed powertrain devision to China (Nanjing) and can build the K-serie engines who are in the original MG Rovers 25 (the streetwise) but is this correct??