MG Taking SUV 2016 Orders
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MG Taking SUV 2016 Orders

Media Motors, the company with the official distribution rights of MG vehicles in Iran, has announced it is now taking orders for the small SUV GS vehicle.
The new 2016 edition, according to Donyaye Khodro, will be delivered at the end of the next Iranian month (Dec. 21).
For those interested in buying the latest 2016 model, the total price of the car is 1,520,000,000 rials ($45,000 at the market exchange rate). For those interested in buying the 2015 model, the price is 1,450,000,000 rials ($43,000).
The car dealer is offering payment schemes for different versions of the car with installments spread over longer periods.
The GS sports crossover is built on Ssangyong Korando platform called the “SSA Platform” from SAIC which owns the brand.
The MG GS is built entirely in China and was designed in conjunction with British designers based in Birmingham.
For more information on the car and prices, buyers should contact MG’s representative in Tehran.

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