A lot of you, our readers, have been asking questions about the new medium-sized SUV from MG, the HS. In particular, one question that stands out as common is, "which one do I go for?"
So, today, we're here to answer exactly that.
We have assembled all three of the regular trim levels, entry-level Vibe, mid-tier Excite and top-spec Essence, in order to answer the question.
It's worth noting, MG is one of the few brands in our market that offers ongoing national drive-away pricing.
That means the costs you see here are on-road costs for a plain, non-metallic white vehicle. Any of the four other colours will add $700 to the vehicle's price.
If you're looking to compare an MG to something else, be sure to compare apples with apples.
Use the other car brand's online vehicle pricing tool to gauge exactly how much the alternative will cost you in the state that you reside in.
One thing that's common across the whole MG HS range is its engine.
All three versions are powered by a 119kW, 250Nm 1.5 litre turbocharged petrol engine matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic - we'll get to how that feels when we take one for a drive a bit later on.
There are a couple of exterior differences between the three models.
On the exterior of the entry-level Vibe model, you get 17-inch alloy wheels and a regular style grille.
This moves up to 18-inch wheels on the mid-spec Excite model. You also get this fancy front grille treatment which does its part to jazz up the exterior styling.
More important additions, however, are the introduction of LED headlights and LED tail lights too from this mid-grade upward.
However, If you like the idea, and look and feel that an opening panoramic sunroof brings, then you have to step right up to the top-spec Essence model.
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