A total of 185 MG Rovers will be up for auction in Australia in June with "hot bidding" expected for the remaining MG TR roadsters. Most models should offer buyers a savings of up to 15 percent off retail prices. The warranty plans for the new cars is not resolved but MG expects it to be in stone by the time the auction begins. MG Rover in Australia has been struggling since the automaker's collapse since it is against the law to sell a new car without a full warranty.
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