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Price list of MG Motors in Nepal

MG (Morris Garages) is a British Automotive marque founded by Cecil Kimber in the 1920s, and M.G. Car Company Limited was the British sports car manufacturer that made the marque famous. Best known for its ‘midget’ open two-seater sports cars, MG also produced saloons and coupés, with engines up to three litres in size. The marque is now owned by Chinese automotive giant SAIC Motor Corporation Limited.

MG underwent many changes in ownership over the years. Morris’s Nuffield Organisation merged with Austin to create the British Motor Corporation Limited (BMC) in 1952. Its activities were renamed MG Division of BMC in 1967, and so it was a component of the 1968 merger that created British Leyland Motor Corporation (BLMC). The MG marque continued to be used by the successors of BLMC: British Leyland, the Rover Group and, by the start of 2000, the MG Rover Group, which entered receivership in 2005. The MG marque along with other assets of MG Rover were purchased by Nanjing Automobile Group (which merged into SAIC in 2007). MG production restarted in 2007 in China. The first all-new MG model in the UK for 16 years, the MG 6, was launched on 26 June 2011.

The authorised dealer of MG Motors in Nepal is Paramount Motors Pvt.Ltd based in Naxal, Kathmandu. You can reach them at: 01-4783841.

We have compiled a price list of MG Motors in Nepal.

MG GS

Variant: Petrol

CC:1500 to 2000cc

Price: From Rs. 5,800,000 to 8,150,000

MG ZS

Variant: Petrol

CC:1000 to 2000cc

Price: From Rs. 5,350,000 to 5,960,000

MG6

Variant: Petrol

CC: 1800cc

Price: Rs. 6,900,000

MG GS EV

Variant: Electric

Battery Capacity: 44.5kWh

Price: Rs. 4,999,000

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