Most people shy away from purchasing a vintage car, even when this vehicle has been refurbished and adapted to most of the modern standards that present-day cars live up to. However, classic sports car enthusiasts know that unlike people, cars get better looking with every passing year.
When it comes to sport cars, MG models are known to be a true epitome of engineering prowess and reliability. Whether you settle for an original edition of the Classic Sports Car era, which for MG would be any version released from 1953 and all the way through the ‘70s, or if you choose a 2013 MG7, you are bound to invest in a quality car that will only get better in time.
Naturally, buying a car, vintage or not, should be done according to your needs. If you enjoy your monthly romantic weekend, coupled with a speedy drive along the coastline, then a ‘79 MG Midget will do the work perfectly. Just put the top down, let the breeze flow through your hair and ride that 65Hp engine into the sunset.
On the other hand, if rides outside the city hardly ever fit your schedule, you should opt for a more recent release. The 2009 MG TF or the 2015 SUV MG GS are specially built for people who want to drive safely through the labyrinth of city trails, while also riding a powerful engine with a roaring attitude.
Sports car lovers also know that buying an MG car is like welcoming a new member to your group of friends. It is up to both of you to ensure that your friendship is improving and that the number of dents is small enough to maintain its value. An MG model is very unlikely to disappoint you in both matters.