NEWCASTLE, U.K. – MG Rover Ltd., the sole surviving U.K.-owned volume car maker, continues to expand its MG brand range with the introduction of two new turbodiesel models. The move suggests the auto maker is relying on the popularity of the MG brand to help return the company to profitability. Parent Phoenix Venture Holdings Group admitted in June that MG Rover was nine months behind on a 5-year-plan to turn the loss-making business around. The group was planning to break even by year’s ...

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