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MG 5 review

Category: Electric car

Section: Passenger & boot space

MG 5 2020 rear seats
  • MG 5 2020 front tracking
  • MG 5 2020 rear view
  • MG 5 2020 dashboard
  • MG 5 2020 rear seats
  • MG 5 2020 infotainment
  • MG 5 2020 front cornering
  • MG 5 left panning
  • MG 5 2020 wide static front view
  • MG 5 2020 control details
  • MG 5 2020 front seats
  • MG 5 2020 boot open
  • MG 5 2020 rear lights
  • MG 5 2020 front tracking
  • MG 5 2020 rear view
  • MG 5 2020 dashboard
  • MG 5 2020 rear seats
  • MG 5 2020 infotainment
  • MG 5 2020 front cornering
  • MG 5 left panning
  • MG 5 2020 wide static front view
  • MG 5 2020 control details
  • MG 5 2020 front seats
  • MG 5 2020 boot open
  • MG 5 2020 rear lights
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

By the standards of small electric cars, the MG 5 is rather spacious. There’s plenty of head and leg room up at the front for tall adults, and it’s pretty wide, so they won’t be clashing elbows on the central armrest, either.

The front door bins are usefully big and there’s storage under that central armrest, but the shelf in front of the rotary gear selector is a bit small. You’ll probably end up sticking your phone in a cupholder instead.