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The British sports car brand is back. Now in the hands of China's Nanjing Automobile Group, MG has two models currently in production - but for the best looks, and a dollop of serious British motoring history, check out those classic used models.

Morris Motors was a British car maker that set up a subsidiary, Morris Garages, in 1924. MG initially started out as a car dealer in Oxford, selling other makes, but before long it was producing its own modified models for the discerning driver. Originally producing modified Morris Motor chassis to house engines built by Carbodies, in 1928 MG produced its first all-original MG, the 18/80.

A year later a smaller car was launched, the M-Type, as the first in a long and successful line of MG Midgets. The company went on to establish a strong name for itself in the early days of the sport of international car racing. Specialising in two-seater sports cars, MG would achieve greater success than they expected with their T-Series Midgets range, which was exported worldwide following WWII.

Its famed octagon badge would become synonymous with British motor sports, with MG later branching out into saloon and coupe models for mainstream purchase. Its fate follows that of many smaller, high-prestige British brands, changing hands several times before ending up under the ownership of a multination conglomerate.

First sold to the British Motor Corporation in 1952, where it merged with Austin, it then became part of British Leyland in 1968, becoming part of the MG Rover Group in 2000, and is now owned by China's Nanjing, which is part of SAIC. Under Nanjing's watch, for the first time in 16 years an all-new MG, the MG6, was produced in the UK in 2011.

Gumtree's Top MG Models

MG6

Launching MG's return to the British market in 2011, the MG6 is British through-and-through. Built in the UK, and similar in size to the successful Ford Focus, this is a hatchback that really delivers. Hugely enjoyable to drive, there's a choice of hatchback or saloon models, as well as petrol and diesel engine options. There's oodles of boot space, making it practical for families, handles beautifully, it's competitively priced too - the only downside is it isn't the most fuel-efficient hatchback on the market.

MG3

This sporty little number is obviously aimed at the younger driver. A small 5-door hatchback with plenty of character, it launched in China in 2011 and made it to the UK in 2013. No diesel option, but it has a range of five slightly more costly to run petrol engines, from 1.3-litre to the 105hp 1.5-litre model. A low-cost contender in the supermini market, it looks great, handles brilliantly, offers bags of room inside, and has a low insurance rating too.

MG TF Cabriolet

Launched back in 1995 as the MG F, this is the updated model launched in 2002. Its looks are sporty with a capital S, offering open top motoring at a low price. To keep those costs down for buyers there's a manual folding roof, and a pretty bland interior, but it's powered by a 135bhp 1.8-litre 16v petrol engine that's nice and zippy. Again, not the cheapest engine to run in this class, but a good value-for-money option for those looking to get their hands on their very own MG sports car.

MG ZR

Available as a three-door or five-door, this MG hatch arrived in 2001, in diesel and petrol options. Diesel models will get you more bang for your buck in fuel efficiency terms. Being an MG, the ZR has a sporty feel, with performance being the feature that really drove this car's popularity. Avoid the K-series, which suffered gasket trouble, and you'll be buying a reliable, great-looking, spacious hatch that fits four with ease and handles like a dream.

MG ZS

Choose between the 5-door hatchback version launched in 2002 or the four-door sedan released in 2001. The sedan is clearly modelled after the Rover 45, which was co-developed with Honda, sharing similar construction. What this holds over the Rover 45 however is superior handling. A choice of petrol and diesel engines, from 1.6-litre-2.5-litre gives you some control over fuel efficiency, but if it's power and speed you're after go for the latter - its engine's V6 configuration delivers a beefy 180bhp.

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