MG 3 Review

The MG3 is an economical supermini car manufactured by SAIC/MG Motors, a Chinese automobile multinational company. The MG 3 has passed through two generational changes; the first generation was sold as MG 3 SW and based on Rover Streetwise. The second generation of MG 3, which was based on Skoda Fabia platform, was first released on Beijing Auto Show held in the year 2010.

The new MG 3 is different than its predecessor MG 3 SW in various ways. SAIC has featured all fresh automotive dais with a wheelbase of 2500 mm, acquiring McPherson Strut fore suspension and torsion beam rear axle. Also, the second generation of MG 3 is available in crossover styled variety.

In Nepal, SAIC has chosen SLR Techno & Trade Pvt. Ltd. which imports the car of MG and looks after the sales and service of the car.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,650,000 (For MG 3 Comfort),

Rs. 3,850,000 (For MG 3 Delux)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 1126 kg
 4018 mm
 1507 mm
 2520 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 158 mm



Fuel Tank
 45 liters
 4, Inline
 Valves Per Cylinder
 4, DOHC
 1498 cc
 Max Power
 104.5 bhp @ 6000 RPM
 Max Torque
 137 Nm @ 4750 RPM



Front Brakes
 Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
 Silver 16″ Alloy Wheels
Rear Wheels
 Silver 16″ Alloy Wheels
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut
Rear Suspensions
 Torsion Beam



 Number of Gears

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