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MG HS

MG makes its landing here in Singapore with this HS. The car sports good looks both inside and out, offering imposing presence along with a cossetting interior. Soft-touch plastics, suede, leather and polished metal in the cabin complement both the ambient lighting and panoramic roof to make the car feature packed for its price.

On the go, the 1.5-litre turbocharged engine delivers plenty of push, while keeping harshness levels at bay, even through bad road undulations. As a new product, the MG HS serves as proof that quality doesn't have to come with a highly acclaimed badge.
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The MG HS has very much engine vibration that can be felt from the driving wheel and also at the accelerator padel. Neve... -  Read More
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Just collected this MG for few days only. Never bother to give any review on cars that I owed in the past years. Felt th... -  Read More
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Premium ride for a really low price. Nothing to complain about. Go see it for yourself and test drive it. -  Read More
MG made a big impression upon its arrival here in Singapore thanks to the HS, enough in fact, for the car to win this year's segment. For a start, the HS delivers on good looks, offering significant road presence with its sensuous and sharp lines.

Step inside, and not only is there plenty of space on offer, but the material quality is also far above what one would expect at the HS' asking price. An intricate collection of soft-touch plastics, suede, leather and polished metal inserts make the cabin look and feel expensive, while ambient lighting and a large panoramic roof is also offered, further adding to the lush experience.

A 463-litre boot also adds to the HS's practicality, being slightly bigger than its closest Asian competitors.

On the road, the MG HS continues to impress, revealing itself to be a quiet and refined SUV. Noise, vibration and harshness levels are kept well at bay, while the car delivers a surprisingly pliant and gentle ride that is perfect for the daily drive.

A healthy 160bhp and 250Nm of torque from the 1.5-litre turbocharged lump also allows the HS to be pretty brisk at highway speeds and to execute overtaking manoeuvres in a breeze. And if that is not sufficient, there's always the option to resort to the 'Super Sport' button on the steering wheel, which allows the transmission to hold higher revs still.

Offered at a competitive price, the MG HS takes the segment win this year for proving that quality doesn't have to come with a high price or a highly acclaimed badge.