The prices on this page are taken from Practical Classics magazine and we think they give a fair idea of what Maestros and Montegos are changing hands for at the present moment in time.
If you are unfortunate enough to have your car written off, insurance companies should offer the sum it would cost to purchase a replacement vehicle in similar condition.
|MG Maestro Turbo||1988||1991||£16,000+||£12,000||£7,500||£4,500|
|MG Montego Turbo||1985||1992||£9,000||£6,500||£3,500||£1,850|
Best examples of the car in concours condition or from a dealer
Condition 1 – C1
Cars are in excellent condition in all respects. They are not concours, but are superbly maintained and free from major faults.
Condition 2 – C2
Cars are capable of regular use. They have a current MOT, but will need work and/or original parts to make them Condition 1
Condition 3 – C3
Car usually needs a complete rebuild, but might be driveable.