Does a new 2.0-litre turbo engine and all-wheel drive give the MG HS the mechanical support it should have had at launch? Trent finds out!
At under $30K drive-away, the new MG HS Core could be the most prudent mid-sized SUV on the market. We find out if it's any good.
It first launched Australia's cheapest electric car. It's now landed Australia's cheapest plug-in hybrid SUV. What does MG's latest arrival spell for the Australian car market?
The 2020 MG HS is packed full of standard inclusions, and offers a compelling value proposition in what is now the most competitive segment for Australian family buyers.
The MG HS is a significant step forward for the brand in Australia, and it isn't just about the sharp pricing. It is a compelling competitor in the medium-SUV segment.
China's biggest auto conglomerate, Shanghai's SAIC Motor, is busily spreading into international markets like Australia, and the new MG GS (also called HS) is a vital component of its plan. It's a conventionally-designed and well-made mid-sized SUV rival to some of the market's heaviest hitters – offerings such as the Mazda CX-5, Nissan X-Trail, Toyota RAV4 and Hyundai Tucson, to name but a few...