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The Game-Changer: MG4 Electric, Australia’s First Affordable EV

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MG Motor Australia has made a ground-breaking announcement that is set to revolutionise the automotive industry: the launch of Australia’s first electric vehicle (EV) under $40,000. The new MG4 Electric, starting at an industry-leading $38,990 (+on road costs), is an all-electric hatchback designed to offer affordable, zero-emissions motoring without compromise. This announcement comes as the popularity of EVs continues to skyrocket across the country. The MG4 Electric is not just a budget-friendly option; it’s a high-quality vehicle packed with features. From the 10.25″ multi-function colour touch screen to the MG Pilot Driver Safety Technology, this hatchback is designed to deliver an exceptional driving experience. The MG4 Electric is available in four specifications: the MG4 51kWh Excite, MG4 64kWh Excite, the MG4 64kWh Essence and the MG4 77kWh Essence (Long Range). With battery capacities varying from 51kWh to 77kWh, the MG4 Electric offers a range of 350km to 530km on the WLTP cycle. The launch event, hosted at the South Sydney Rabbitohs’ new $15M Heffron Community & High Performance Centre, was a spectacle featuring player appearances from Souths stars Tom Burgess and Tom Sutton. Embodying the electric energy of the MG4, the event marked a significant milestone for both MG Motor Australia and Australian motorists. Peter Ciao, CEO of MG Motor Australia and New Zealand, heralded the MG4 as setting a “new standard for electric vehicles in Australia.” He stated, “our MG4 is backed with a 7-year warranty and has received a five-star ANCAP safety rating, ahead of local deliveries beginning this month. We’re excited for… Read More

Coming this July, MG’s latest electric vehicle will take to the roads

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MG is rejoining the pack when it comes to making our world cleaner, lowering the amount we drop on fuel (thanks, Russia) and generally doing better for the planet, one car at a time. Recently, MG Australia announced that the latest ZS EV is set to consolidate MG Motor Australia and New Zealand’s position as a leader in the affordable new energy vehicle space when it launches in July this year. Read about our test drive of the MG ZS SUV In the global push to electrify the roads and cut carbon emissions, MG is doing its part with the ZS EV SUV for inner city jaunts. Complete with a comprehensive styling makeover, a completely new interior treatment and a new, more efficient and better-performing power train are just some of the exciting new enhancements for Australia’s best-selling electric SUV, which will go on sale from $46,990 drive-away right across Australia. But what else is there to look forward to, if you’re in the market for a new ride? Well… There are two different types of car available at launch Customers will be able to choose from two variants, with the new value-led Excite complementing the stylish, luxurious Essence.  Get it from anywhere With over 85 dealers offering the MG for purchase, you can get it from any major hub. The new ZS EV will be backed by a national network MG Motor dealers and will be covered by MG’s 7-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty, which also includes the high-voltage battery. Get it early, get it cheap And… Read More

The new MG ZS car is the ultimate entryway into owning a SUV

MG ZS SUV James Banham

When you see a car like this, you think expensive… Sunday drives ? The new MG ZS SUV launched in 2017 as the second SUV from MG Motors and does style easily, and affordably ??? And the best bit? Has all the extras as standard and starts at $22,990! #mg #suv #newcar #testdrive #fourwheeler #sunday A post shared by T H E F (@the_f_online) on Aug 4, 2018 at 11:29pm PDT But, what you found out that the base model MG ZS – now owned by the Chinese SAIC Motor Company – would set you back only just over $20k? When it comes to getting into SUV ownership, MG Motors know what’s going on and have crafted a perfect to drive, easy-to-use and stylish-to-look at SUV for inner city driving that more than ticks all the boxes. It has scored a 6/10 rating on Cars Guide, which indicates two things: it looks good, the inside is nice and it’s good value for money, but it lets you down in a few areas, which if quality driving is high on your agenda, might lead you to rethink. The look It’s a handsome car. It’s the kind of set of wheels you’d happily park in your driveway for the neighbours to ogle. And ogle, they would. Despite its wheels that look a little too small for the size of the girth above them, it’s a nice, sleek design with a small-yet-spacious feel about it. The gradients on the body of the car look like a more modern age Mazda variation,… Read More