A gambler who won over $20,000 playing the slots spent her winnings on a brand-new vehicle.
The NSW lady walked away with more than $16,674 after taking a huge chance at her neighborhood bar.
The fortunate bettor didn’t waste any time in purchasing a brand-new MG3 hatchback with her winnings.
The car has a number of cutting-edge features and is one of the most popular light hatchbacks in the nation.
Among the extras are a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and LED daytime running lights.
Thanks to my neighborhood bar, Ms. Yates commented on Facebook, “I got a new automobile.”
Since the beginning of its existence, MG, previously known as Morris Garages, has been linked to British open-top roadsters. However, since Rover’s demise in 2005 and the subsequent takeover by the Chinese state-owned SAIC company, this association has altered.
Since then, the name MG has come to be associated with cheap SUVs and hatchbacks produced in China, a long cry from its beginnings as a sporting car badge in 1924.
According to statistics from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries, MG last year broke into the top 10 automobile brands in Australia and in July surpassed Subaru and Nissan to become the seventh-most popular nameplate in the country.
The MG3 hatch is now the most popular vehicle in the light vehicle market.
The vehicle is offered in three different configurations: the Core ($18,990), the Core ($19,490), and the Excite ($20,490).
An MG representative informed Daily Mail Australia that by outselling its competitors selling new cars to take the top spot in the class.
According to him, “the MG3’s sustained success is proof that many Australians have found this model to meet their demands in terms of both style and performance.”
The MG also has access to more than 100 dealers in Australia and New Zealand, as well as a full seven-year warranty with unlimited miles.
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