MG told Australians it would make electric vehicles more affordable for more people, and with the release of the 2021 ZS EV, it has done exactly that.Read the full review
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MG has given consumers the affordable electric car they've long been asking for, but is the ZS EV up to the task?
MG told Australians it would make electric vehicles more affordable for more people, and with the release of the 2021 ZS EV, it has done exactly that.
China's MG eZS is going to arrive in Australia next year, quite possibly as the market's cheapest electric car yet.
We get behind the wheel of the fully electric SUV with a sharp price.
UPDATE, November 12, 2020: CarAdvice's first drive review of the 2021 MG ZS EV is now live. Read and watch it here. UPDATE, November 10 2020: The new 2021 MG ZS EV will be offered in Australia from a lower-than-expected $40,990 before on-road costs, with a national drive-away price of $43,990...
MG Australia has announced a pre-sale offer for its first electric vehicle – the ZS EV – priced from $46,990 drive-away for the first 100 orders. Available to pre-order now in Australia, the ZS EV is powered by a 105kW/353Nm electric motor on the front axle, hooked up to a 44.5kWh water-cooled lithium-ion battery pack...
MG’s UK division has announced pricing for the electric ZS EV small SUV, ahead of first deliveries on Her Majesty’s island in September. British customers will be able to choose from two trim levels, Excite and Exclusive. Including the £3500 government EV grant, prices start from £24,995 ($44,325) for the former Excite, and £26,995 ($47,872) for the latter Exclusive...