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  • MG4 EV 2022 front right tracking
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  • MG4 2022 interior dashboard
  • MG4 2022 interior back seats
  • MG4 2022 interior infotainment
  • MG4 EV 2022 right tracking
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  • MG4 EV 2022 right static
  • MG4 EV 2022 front left static
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What Car?’s MG4 deals
New car deals
Target Price from £25,995
or from £276pm
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Nearly new deals
From £26,020
Leasing deals
From £307pm

Introduction

What Car? says...

Think everything is getting too expensive? Well, you might like the MG4 EV then. The latest model from the Chinese-owned brand is one of the cheapest electric cars you can buy.

It’s cheaper even than other electric offerings from MG – the MG5 EV and the MG ZS EV – both of which are famously value-focused in their own right.

So what's this new electric car really like? Is it cheap and not much else? Or is it actually one of the very best-value new cars on sale today?

We've driven the MG4, and over the next few pages of this review we'll tell you what it's like in terms of range, performance, running costs, practicality, comfort and more. We'll also let you know how it compares with the key rivals.

When you next buy a new car, make sure you find it for the best price by searching our free What Car? New Car Deals pages. They're a good place to secure the cheapest new electric car deals.

FAQs

  • The MG4 is available to order now. There are two battery sizes and two trim levels to choose from. Read more here

  • No – the MG4 doesn't come with a heat pump and you can't add one as an option. Read more about the equipment it does come with here

  • Although MG (now MG Motor) was originally a British brand, it's now owned by Chinese manufacturer SAIC. Curiously, MG has its headquarters in London, England – but the MG4 is built in China at a factory in Ningde, Fujian Province. 

  • No – the MG4 doesn't have a frunk (or front boot). Read more about its luggage-carrying ability here

  • The MG4 doesn't exactly offered Range Rover towing ability, but you can pull a trailer weighing up to 500kg. 

  • Officially, the MG4 Long Range can travel up to 281 miles on a charge, with the cheaper entry-level model promising 218 miles. You won't get that far in real-world driving, though. Read more here

At a glance
New car deals
Target Price from £25,995
or from £276pm
Swipe to see used and leasing deals
Nearly new deals
From £26,020
Leasing deals
From £307pm
RRP price range £25,995 - £31,495
Number of trims (see all)2
Number of engines (see all)2
Available fuel types (which is best for you?)electric
Available doors options 5
Warranty 7 years / 80000 miles
Company car tax at 20% (min/max) £52 / £63
Company car tax at 40% (min/max) £104 / £126
Available colours