The modelRead full MG ZS review
The ZS has its strengths, including its relatively classy interior, decent handling and roomy rear seats. Just bear in mind that the Dacia Duster is better still because it's cheaper to buy, more comfortable and has a bigger boot.
The trimSee full equipment
If you want some extra luxuries, you’ll want to go for this top-spec Trophy trim level. On top of the standard equipment that you get with SE trim, you also get wireless phone-charging, a 360-degree parking camera, rain-sensing wipers, a panoramic sunroof, leatherette seats, heated front seats and power-folding mirrors.
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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