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8/10
Overall verdict

The Top Gear car review:Morgan 3-Wheeler

£31,140£34,000
8/10
Overall verdict
There’s no rationalising the Morgan 3-Wheeler, which is a massive part of its appeal. Take it at face value and love it.
 

For: 

Daft, but more than a little bit brilliant

Against: 

It might be brilliant, but it's utterly daft

Overview

What is it?

Neither fish nor fowl, the Morgan’s three wheels make it unconventional as either a car or a motorcycle. A glorious recreation of the three wheelers which formed the foundations of the Malvern Link firm, the 3-Wheeler has proved an astute business move, with orders flooding in. It’s an expensive toy, though, despite Charles Morgan’s assertions that you could use one every day. You could, but you’d be mad.

Highlights from the range

Title 0–62 CO2 MPG BHP Price
The fastest
2.0 V-Twin Sport
215g/km 30.3 80 £31,140
The cheapest
2.0 V-Twin Sport
215g/km 30.3 80 £31,140
The greenest
2.0 V-Twin Sport
215g/km 30.3 80 £31,140
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