Used MG GS 2016-present review

Ownership cost

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Ownership cost

What used MG GS hatchback will I get for my budget?

Prices for an early MG GS start from about £11,500. Most have done fewer than 10,000 miles and come in mid-range Excite guise. £14,500 will find you a year-old top-of-the-range Exclusive model with under 10,000 miles, which is a useful saving over the £19,500 list price of a new one.

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How much does it cost to run a MG GS hatchback?

With only one petrol engine option and no diesel, the MG GS is certainly not the cheapest large SUV to run on a daily basis. Manual versions have an average NEDC economy figure of 46.3mpg with automatic versions getting 45.6mpg. That difference doesn’t sound that great, but if you’re buying a GS registered before 1 April 2017, the yearly road tax figure is £140 for the manual and £155 for the automatic. Any GS registered after that date will be charged a flat-rate fee of £140.

Servicing is due every 15,000 miles and you can set up a service plan if you need to spread the cost.

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