The MG6 has been tweaked for the 2012 model year, with efficiency and price reductions across the range.
Fuel economy has been improved, with an official combined figure of 37.7mpg, which is 2.1mpg better than before. Emissions have also been reduced, with the 1.8-litre petrol engine dropping from 184g/km to 174g/km. This puts the MG6 into road tax Band H, saving £70 in road tax in the first two years of ownership.
MG is citing ‘improved production methods’ at its Birmingham factory, where final assembly and quality sign-off takes place, for the new figures, rather than any significant changes to the car itself.
The improved figures also see a £40 price drop for each model of the entire line-up, while MG has announced a zero per cent finance offer for the range, too.
Prices now start from £16,955 for the entry level MG6 SE, with the range-topping MG6 Magnette four-door now £19,955.