New monthly service plans from MG | New Release - Car News Feb 2021

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16:06 Wednesday 17 Feb 2021

Electric MG owners are now able to take advantage of a full service plan from only £6 per month.

The attractive offer enables MG ZS EV, MG5 EV, and MG HS Plug-in drivers to get their routine maintenance completed by MG certified technicians while spreading out the cost.  Every service conducted by an MG dealer is also logged on the manufacturer’s Digital Service Record system, which gives an additional AA-provided MG Assistance for a year. 

Also on the conveyor-belt of goodies is the ubiquitous cuddly toy – customers who take up the servicing offer will also get a limited edition Morris the Bear as a thank you from MG.

The offer extends to petrol models from just £14 per month, while Approved Used and privately purchased pre-owned MGs may also be eligible.  Full terms and conditions are available from MG retailers or on the manufacturer’s website.

Harvey France, Head of Aftersales at MG, said of the offer, “Our mobile phones are paid monthly. Our favourite boxset streaming service is paid monthly. So why pay for your car’s servicing any differently?”

 

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