SAIC’s MG6, tested by Euro NCAP in 2011 Got 4 stars, same rating as the Jaguar XF and others.

CHINA’S biggest car-maker has begun its long-anticipated assault on western markets via the born-again British brand MG, rolling out its first Shanghai-built right-hand-drive MG6 sedans and liftbacks in New Zealand and South Africa ahead of their likely introduction to Australia.

Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) – the main Chinese partner of the world’s two biggest motor companies, General Motors and Volkswagen – is also sending semi-knocked-down MG6 kits to Britain where they are being assembled at MG’s historic Longbridge plant in Birmingham for European consumption.

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