The introductory promotion includes a special and additional equipment package for the Comfort version, consisting of heated seats, full LED headlights, an integrated browser, tinted rear windows, and a rain sensor, for just one euro more PVP compared to the price of the standard version.
MG aims to transform mobility in Spain. Now they have gone one step further and renewed it for MG HS. The refreshed SUV features an attractive exterior design, new 18-inch wheels, three trim levels, and a second-generation infotainment system. It is worth mentioning that the introductory offer includes the delivery of additional equipment for only one euro more.
The new MG HS It features a new front design inspired by the famous British “Spitfire” fighters. The new full LED headlights (from the Comfort version), the striking design of the radiator grille, and the new front bumper give it a more elegant and powerful appearance. At the rear, a new bumper design, new twin tailpipes, and LED taillights complete the look.
Meanwhile, at the back of the SUV It offers a redesigned bumper with two exhaust outlets and 3D-effect LED taillights that form a harmonious whole. As the brand confirms, “the improvements in lighting equipment, both front and rear, increase the safety of the new MG HS when driving at night”.
Inside, the infotainment system stands out as the Venus” second generation, which has a much more intuitive 10.1-inch screen that offers faster and smoother operation as well as better tactile response. The MG HS can be purchased in up to three versions, labeled Standard, Comfort, and Luxury. This equipment package consists of heated seats, full LED headlights, integrated navigation, tinted rear windows, and a rain sensor. These items complete an extensive range of standard equipment that includes items such as the leather steering wheel, keyless entry and start button, 6-speaker audio system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, a power driver’s seat, heated front seats, a roof rack, 17-inch alloy wheels, DAB radio, and a front parking sensor.
This is part of the technological arsenal of the MG Pilot: Active Emergency Braking with Pedestrian and Bicycle Detection, Lane Keeping Assist with Involuntary Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Speed Limit Assist, Blind Spot Detection, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Intelligent Highway Light Assist.
The new MG HS is equipped with a 1.5-turbo GDI petrol engine that delivers 162 hp (119 kW) and 250 Nm. Available with a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch DCT automatic transmission, the HS is characterized by low fuel consumption and emissions: 7.4 l/100 km and 168 grams CO2/100 km (manual) or 7.4 l/100 km. 100 km, 7 l/100 km, and 174 grams of CO2/100 km (automatic). Do you like it? Well, it can be yours for 24,439 euros in the standard version and for 27,240 euros in the luxury version.