MG 6 facelift reduces emissions and prices
09 April 2015
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
MG has improved the efficiency of its 6 saloon and has added higher levels of standard equipment including LED daytime running lights.
The firm's diesel engine develops the same 150hp as it does in the current version, but it now emits 119g/km (10g/km of CO2 less than the current model) and returns 61.4mpg compared to 57.6mpg.
MG has cut the price of the entry-level 6 by £1600 despite adding what it says is £3000 worth of extras.
Styling tweaks include a new grille, a lower vent and daytime running lights. MG said the changes give the 6 more presence than before.
Three trim levels are offered - S, TS and TL.
The entry-level S trim model is priced from £13,995 and features heated front seats, 16-inch alloys and an electronic parking brake as standard, while TS models adds rear parking sensors, cruise control, auto dimming mirrors and a infotainment system.
The range-topping TL trim level includes leather seats, a rear camera, dual zone climate control and electric seats. The TL models are fitted with a chrome grille, which MG says distinguishes it.
"The substantial advances we have introduced on the new MG6 make the car even better value-for-money," said Matthew Cheyne, MG head of marketing.
- MG6 S - £13,995.00
- MG6 TS - £16,195.00
- MG6 TL - £17,995.00