The modelRead full MG ZS review
The MG ZS has a relatively upmarket interior, roomy rear seats, tidy handling and a long warranty. Extremely competitive pricing explains away a lot of its flaws, including its unsettled ride, but the absence of automatic emergency braking is harder to forgive. We reckon the cheapest 1.5 VTi-tech engine in Excite trim makes the most sense.
The trimSee full equipment
Entry-level SE trim is our chosen version to go for. Why? Well, it keeps costs to a minimum but still comes with standard equipment that includes 17in alloy wheels, keyless entry, air-conditioning, adaptive cruise control, automatic LED headlights, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and a 10.1in touchscreen infotainment system with DAB radio, Bluetooth, built-in sat-nav and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone mirroring.
The engineSee full engine specs
With its usable battery power of 49kWh, the entry-level MG ZS EV can officially travel around 198 miles between charges while giving you decent enough performance. It’ll cover 0-62mph in just over 8.0sec, which isn’t all that brisk but fast enough that you won’t struggle to reach motorway speeds quickly.
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