If after almost 2000 posts you don't know the answer to your own question, then I don't think we can convince you. BTW Didn't you just take the factory tour?empsburna said:So....
over to you lot.
I'm an enthusiast - I have 10k burning a hole in my pocket......
Why should I spend it with MGR and not take my trade elsewhere? What do they have to offer me over any other company?
views and opinions please.
I've got to ask the question, you are an enthusiast so why shouldn't you buy an MGR product?iaan said:10 Grand?
You could buy used any of the current MGR range, including a 75 or MGZT. Or an MG ZS 180.
If they don't really excite you, then you probably should test drive one.
You might also consider an 820 Vitesse Coupe or a 1989 Range Rover CSK. 10 Grand might even get you an MGR V8. It would definitely get you a Triumph Stag or a Rover 3500 Vitesse with money to spare (for repairs!).
Got to be someting there to tickle your fancy?
Yes Stephen, I did go on the tour, and I know what I want, but I would like to know why other people would continue to buy from them, or for a first time customer what bit extra would actually sell it to them, i'm not questioning my own love of the brand, just interested in what made other people choose the viking ship (or indeed that octagon of love)Stephen K. Hone said:If after almost 2000 posts you don't know the answer to your own question, then I don't think we can convince you. BTW Didn't you just take the factory tour?
But there are some clean examples out there :dddc:empsburna said:The current hit list for me is...
BRM - understated hot hatch, subtle but in your face if needs be, but getting difficult to find a clean example. went to look at one on friday and it was awful. twas a high insurance group too - I refuse to spend more than £800 a year
You mean me?Diesel45 said:I've got to ask the question, you are an enthusiast so why shouldn't you buy an MGR product?