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Old 26th April 2019, 10:08   #11
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Will these prices for the MG zs ev? $17,700.30/£13.734.26 to $22.170.00/£17.187.04 be for the UK or are they just for the China market?



I did read that the price would be sub £20000 for the UK somewhere else.
http://chinamobil.ru/eng/saic/mg/ezs/




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MG ZS EV to be launched in the UK September 2019.


Cant wait to see this, the range specs are 286 miles. https://insideevs.com/mg-zs-ev-to-be...eptember-2019/
Latest info I read, I think on Autocars pages yesterday, was its due on 1st Sept and there will be plenty imported by then so long deliveries should not be a problem. £24000 price quoted again after government discount but it would have a high end spec.

Only downside was that Europeans more stringent testing had put the claims of 268 mile range as not even optimistic. They are saying it is only going to be 170 miles which of course in real terms will be less than this. Having said that they say it will make its range on par with the best selling Nissan Leaf.
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That dash is simply f'ugly....
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That dash is simply f'ugly....
Guaranteed Chinese Spec trim only, we will only get Black, Black and maybe Black ?
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Old 12th May 2019, 11:00   #15
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The MG ZS ev will Debut next week at the London motor show 16th-19th May.
https://insideevs.com/news/348899/mg...europe-london/
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This looks very interesting and a lot cheaper than the Kia eNiro which I has interested me. We are on our 2nd Prius after two Rover 75 Connoisseurs, the second one doing 75K and needing no exhaust, battery, timing belt etc.

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We are looking at replacing our ZS with a Hyundai IONIQ. Holding out for the facelift which is launched in July. I really wanted the ZS to be good and we were looking forward to the ZS EV but dealer support is poor. At least if thereís an issue with an EV IONIQ I can sort it myself although my qualification covers me for all EVís
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