MG was once one of the most popular sports car brands in the world, but went into decline with the British car industry in the 1970s and '80s. After struggling for survival for many years the iconic brand has been taken over by the Chinese SAIC Motor Corporation, one of China's largest car producers. Has struggled to establish a toehold in this country since re-launching in 2013.
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