Not only does the MG HS offer excellent value for money, it also has a classy interior and punchy performance if you’re prepared to work the engine for it. Although its infotainment system is laggy and its engine rather coarse when pushed, it’s well worth considering if you don’t need a vast boot.get the best price
This entry-level trim still gets plenty of kit, including keyless entry and start, a 10.1in touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, air conditioning, auto lights, adjustable lumbar support, cruise control and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. Safety is taken care of by automatic emergency braking (AEB), lane-keeping assistance, blind spot monitoring and even a rear cross traffic alert system.
Engine: 1.5 T-GDI
With 160bhp, this 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine feels punchier than the similarly priced C5 Aircross Puretech 130, and has far more low-down get-up-and-go than the petrol-powered Mazda CX-5. It is rather coarse and rivals are more efficient, though. An automatic gearbox is optional on Excite and Exclusive trims.
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