MG spring special offers | Car Talk - Car News Apr 2020

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15:06 Thursday 09 Apr 2020

Spring offers announced by MG include a 0% APR PCP finance package on selected MG3, ZS, HS models.

Under the deal, the newly launched MG3 Exclusive Nav version is available from just £159 per month with a £500 Finance Deposit Allowance provided by MG, and includes 16-inch alloy wheels, DAB radio, 8-inch colour touch screen with Apple CarPlay, iGO Satellite Navigation, and LED daytime running lights.  The MG ZS Excite petrol SUV is available from £169 per month, while a competitive 4.9% APR PCP deal with £2,500 manufacturer deposit will see customers able to drive away in the all-electric ZS EV.  The all-new MG HS is also available from just £229, with the flagship SUV boasting MG Pilot advanced driver assistance system, 18-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, 10.1-inch colour touchscreen with integrated Satnav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The MG Swappage Scheme has  also been extended and now includes ZS EV.  The Swappage Scheme is open to customers trading in a car of seven years or older, with a saving of up to £3,500. 
All new MGs come with a 7-year warranty as standard.

 

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