At Motorway we are able to help you sell any MG. You may looking to sell an older model from the MG3 range, or a new variant of the GS, either way Motorway can sell your car quickly and efficiently.
To find out the value of your MG, enter the car’s registration plate number into our online car value calculator to get an indicative price. After we have talked through some of the vehicle’s details with you we can provide you with a guaranteed price to buy your car.
With our vast network of buyers, who specialise in the MG brand, we guarantee that you will always get a great quote when selling through Motorway. Our buyers’ specialist knowledge of MG cars ensure they will be able to pay a high premium. Despite now being considered a classic make, MG cars of all ages perform well on the market, generally going for higher rates across the board. However the very best prices go to the newer MG models, like the MG 3Time and GS Explore.
At Motorway we offer the advantage of free UK-wide collection from your home or work address with all sales, as well as same-day payment on the day we collect your MG. Not only this, but any quote you receive via Motorway is guaranteed to compete with all rival services on the car buying and selling market, including the likes of eBay, Autotrader and We Buy Any Car. We also aim to make our prices competitive with your local car dealer and any other service offering you a trade-in or part exchange quote.
MG posted just two ranges of car in 2016, covering a total of seven different variations between them. The MG3 range of models covers those in the market for a smaller car. The 3Time is the cheapest option from this range but offers an impressive amount of features for an entry model, including an MP3 friendly CD player and AUX-in capacity.
Moving up in price through this range, the 3Style offers the most expensive option should you want more from your vehicle. MG’s second selection, the GS range, caters to those after a car with some more space for passengers. The GS Explore, GS Excite and GS Exclusive cover all SUV user's needs between them.
After many years in the wilderness, MG sales reached record levels for recent times in 2016. This incredible surge can be largely attributed to the exponentially growing popularity of the MG GS. The company’s first ever SUV has been recording a steady rise in sales in the UK over the last few years.
The origins of MG is a subject that is, to this day, up for debate. Some argue the company was founded in 1923 when the MG octagon logo was trademarked, while others proffer that the British manufacturer was officially formed as a company when it began trading in 1925. The earliest car model from MG can be traced back to 1924, although some refer to this vehicle as a remodified Morris.
Four years later, MG launched their first vehicle which had no ties to previous companies. The company released the MG 18.80 in 1928 and shortly after released their first variation of the model with a smaller version becoming available in 1929. Moving further into the 20th century, MG quickly recognized the general shift in demand from pre-war designs to more modern, spacious and comfortable cars. To comply with this, the British manufacturer released the MGA and MGB, in 1955 and 1962, respectively.
Cars like the MG Midget and MGB GT V8 further augmented the company’s momentum heading into the 1970s. However MG began to experience a dip in fortunes in that decade that ultimately culminated with a cease in production for the latter by 1980. It did not last long, however, and the car was revived 12 years later on in 1992 with the release of the MG RV8. Further aiding MG’s recovery three years later was the launch of the MGF, which saw the company experience a steady rise in sales heading into the new millennium.
Below we have listed some of the most recent MG models sold via Motorway, however we can buy older MG models too:
We can also buy all classic MGs and MG sports cars.