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MG buying guide

What MG models are there?

MG’s range starts with the MG3 hatchback, which rivals cars like the Suzuki Swift and Dacia Sandero. It’s a great-value small car with a decent amount of space inside, and comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto phone connectivity. The MG3 has been on sale for quite a while, and it’s starting to feel like it with its wheezy engine and plasticky cabin. But it does come with a fantastic seven-year warranty, so every MG3 at Motorpoint will have at least three years’ warranty left.

Next up is the MG4 EV, a fully electric hatchback to rival the Volkswagen ID.3. It offers up to 281 miles on a full charge and can recharge to 80% at a public fast-charger in just over half an hour, both of which are very impressive for a value-focused family EV. Standard features are extensive and the MG4 is decent enough to drive. It’ll tick a lot of boxes for a lot of electric car buyers.

The first electric estate car ever sold in the UK, the MG5 EV is unwaveringly sensible. A 200-mile range, reasonably fast charging capability and a decent boot all impress, as does the comfortable ride and relaxing drive. Okay, there’s not much flair, but that’s to be expected.

Which MG models are SUVs?

Classic MG enthusiasts might moan about the brand’s deviation from sports cars to SUVs, but they’ve become popular for offering plenty of positives for less than rival cars. The ZS is the smaller of the two, yet offers a much bigger boot than something like a Hyundai Kona or Nissan Juke. Low prices are reflected in the interior quality, but all the must-have features are there, including phone connectivity and parking sensors. You can choose petrol engines or the electric ZS EV and, if you can stretch to the EV’s higher price and the cost of installing a home wallbox, we’d recommend that one.

Then there’s the MG HS, which has a bigger boot and a more convincing interior. A petrol engine is the standard choice, with either a manual or automatic gearbox, while there’s also a plug-in hybrid that pairs a petrol engine with an electric motor and a battery. This helps the MG HS PHEV to be quicker off the line and more economical – use electric power whenever possible and you could see 155mpg.


Not just one, but three different ones. As above, MG’s zero-emission range includes the MG4 EV hatchback, the MG5 EV estate and the MG ZS EV SUV, and the British-Chinese brand is even working on an electric sports car. All offer decently long ranges, punchy acceleration and a smooth driving experience.

You might see VTI-tech listed in the description of the 1.5-litre petrol engine. It references the movement of the valves in the engine, but what’s more important to know is that it’s a non-turbocharged engine, helping keep costs down. Many modern engines are turbocharged for improved performance and fuel efficiency, so this ‘naturally aspirated’ 1.5-litre engine might require a lot of revs to ascend steep hills or overtake slower traffic. This engine is fitted to the MG3 and MG ZS, and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.

The ‘T’ in T-GDI stands for turbocharged, but the ‘D’ doesn’t stand for diesel. This petrol engine will feel more modern than the VTI-tech engine mentioned above although, in this case, the on-paper statistics for efficiency and performance aren’t vastly better. On the ZS you get a 1.0-litre T-GDI engine, whereas the bigger HS gets a 1.5-litre version. Manual and automatic gearboxes are available on these turbocharged engines.

MG’s electric cars now feature an accompanying smartphone app, called MG iSmart. It adds a host of connectivity functions, allowing you to pre-set the cabin temperature before you leave the house, schedule charging for times when your electricity tariff is cheaper, and find your nearest charging point. You can also find your parked car if you’ve lost track of it.

MG’s bigger battery option for its electric cars is called the Long Range, while Trophy is the range-topping trim level for its EVs. Trophy is often only available with the Long Range battery, so look out for this specification if you want lots of equipment and a long distance between charges.

MG isn’t the most highly rated brand for reliability, so it may be sensible to take out a Motorpoint Extended Warranty when you buy your new car from us. However, MG’s electric cars should be more reliable than its petrol models, because electric powertrains have far fewer moving parts.

Sure. Would you like a Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) or Hire Purchase (HP) agreement for your used MG? Motorpoint offers both.