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Eric talks about the WARN VR series of Winches. These winches offer great mounting options, motor updates, and a lot of other upgrades made to the VR winches.
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Friday Night Dinner S03 – Ep03 Mr Morris Returns HD Stream Watch
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Ian Royle is in Manchester, speaking to a Morris Minor expert – Paul Martin Wood, about how he became interested in Morris Minors through his family business. Plus, Ian gets to take a Morris Minor Traveller out for a test drive and gives us a brief history lesson on the iconic British brand.
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Classic Car Choices looks at the problem areas on a Morris Traveller.
Fuzz and Tim head to Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire to help Richard and Tracy finish restoring a 1968 Morris Traveller for their son Justin.
This is a short film of a run in my 1973 Morris Marina 1.3 Coupe, finished in Damask Red with a Spanish Rose interior.
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MG Motor has relaunched in Australia, so is the MG 6 Plus a strong enough proposition to establish the brand as a permanent player in our market?
You have to stop and wonder why Chinese auto giant, SAIC Motor, would re-launch the formerly British MG Motor brand in Australia with a range of vehicles that includes the 2017 MG 6 Plus – which was pulled out of the UK market last year due to poor sales and has only had one minor facelift since production began in 2010.
MG Motor felt the MG 6 Plus could still be competitive in the small passenger car segment in Australia, but can this ageing model live up to that expectation? The small and medium car segments in Australia are strong and competition is fierce… and with the MG 6, it kind of feels like we’re being fed leftovers.
The MG 6 failed to strike a chord with buyers in its historical heartland, however its sibling the MG 3 managed to find a following so there’s always a chance the MG brand will resonate with some in Australia… and so far it seems to be finding a niche. In February 2017, 108 MG badges found homes, including 90 MG 6 Plus examples.
The MG 6 Plus was launched here late last year, alongside the small MG 3 hatch, and the GS SUV has since joined that pair. At 4651mm long, 1827mm wide and 1472mm tall, the MG 6 Plus straddles the small and medium segments in size but is listed as a small passenger vehicle.
It’s available in three trim-levels, the Core, Soul and Essence. The Core is priced at $21,990 before on-road costs, the range then steps up to the Soul at $23,990 and the Essence is $25,990.
When you look at the entry-level price-point, the MG isn’t among the cheapest. The top-three sellers in the segment, the Mazda 3, Toyota Corolla and Hyundai i30 ranges all start lower than the MG’s $21,990, as does the Skoda Rapid. It’s the same price as the base model Holden Astra, while the new-generation Honda Civic sedan is only $400 more and forking out an extra $500 would secure the new-gen Subaru Impreza sedan. Plus, the Volkswagen Golf range starts at just under $1000 more.
So, cheap, it is not.
Of course, unlike the MG 6 variant line-up which steps up in $2000 increments, most of the other brands mentioned top-out at a much higher price but they also feature more bells and whistles. The Skoda Octavia sedan would be the closest entry-level medium competitor at $22,990 for the 1.4 110TSI Ambition.
The size and spaciousness of the MG 6 is one of the key selling points for the brand and the fastback style does have a certain sense of style and presence thanks to its somewhat elegant exterior design.
Our test car is the top-of-the-line Essence and has optional metallic paint and illuminated door sills, bringing the as-tested price to $26,689. Exterior features include auto-levelling Xenon headlamps with adaptive front lighting system. Rain-sensing wipers and auto headlights are standard on both the Soul and Essence. LED daytime-running lights and tail-lights are standard across the range, as is hydraulic power steering and 17-inch steel wheels.
Safety-wise, ABS brakes with EBD, Corner Brake Control, Emergency Brake Assist, Electronic Stability Program, hill-start assist, front driver and passenger airbags plus side airbags and rear curtain airbags are all standard on every variant.
The MG 6 has a 1.8-litre four cylinder turbocharged petrol engine (hence the big turbo badge on the boot) which produces 118kW and 215Nm, teamed with a six-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. Not that you’re likely to test it out, but the 0-100km/h sprint time is a claimed 9.9 seconds. As pointed out in our pricing and specifications article, the MG 6 Plus actually offers one of the gutsiest drivetrains around the $20,000 price point.
On paper, the MG 6 offers a relatively attractive prospect. All have heated front seats (though the dark grey interior colour is the only option), leather steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, rear air vents, push button start, cruise control, start/stop, paddle-shifters and rear parking sensors. Only the Essence gets front sensors and a rear-view camera, and satellite navigation is standard in the top-two specs which also feature an 8.0-inch display.
The Essence offers the driver and front passenger six-way electrically adjustable leather seats with manual lumbar adjustment. The seats have a bit of shape to them and are nice and wide; the leather however feels thin and is not taut over the seat base side bolstering.
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Richard Hammond reviews the iconic 1959 Mini Cooper and takes it for a spin as he tries to reacquaint himself with the British classic. With the introduction of the new Mini, Richard wonders if it can ever recapture the nostalgia and magic the original versions have.
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I have always wanted to a review of an old classic, especially from England, from the postwar era especially in RHD (Right Hand Drive). This is an all original 1937 Morris Garages (MG) Eight Series sedan with a 3-speed manual transmission. Thank you for watching.
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Eric talks about the ARB Fridge Freezer. The ARB Fridge freezer can be used as a freezer in addition to keeping food cold (without getting wet fro melting ice.) It also has a DC plug outlet allowing it to be used outdoors, in home, or in office. It’s about as heavy as standard cooler filled with ice and items.
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Jeremy has a big decision to make as he sets himself the task of choosing which is worse between the Allegro and the Marina. Hilarious car review video from BBC motoring enthusiast show ‘Clarkson’s Car Years’.
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The MG GT sedan has made a surprise debut in Longbridge, England, giving us our first look at the production version of the compact four-door.
Reports have tied the MG GT to a number of different powertrains, including 81kW naturally aspirated and 96kW turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engines with four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmissions, a General Motors-sourced 103kW/200Nm 1.4-litre turbo with a six-speed dual-clutch auto, and a diesel engine, likely smaller than the 1.9-litre unit used by the larger MG 6.
The MG GT features sharp, angular styling, with swept headlights integrated into a thin grille, a heavily raked rear window, a short boot lid, and a red panel connecting the tail-lights across the rear.
The Morris Minor is one of the most recognisable cars of all time, which is hardly surprising given that it was designed by the same man who penned the Mini.
But for Alec Issignosis, the Minor was a pet project, a way to get noticed rather than work to a commercial brief. How much influence the Minor had on the Mini, we don’t fully know.
What we do know, though is that the Minor uses a similar A Series engine, and has about as much charm as Issignosis’ little front wheel drive wonder.
In this film, produced for classic motoring channel, www.classicsdriven.co.uk, motoring presenter Paul Woodford explores the substance behind the charm with this “parts bin car”.
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