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4 stars - based on 4 reviews
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Car Review - MG HS 1.5 Standard (A)
30 Jun 2020  |  MG Reviews
MG might have had a tumultuous past, but its well-heeled HS has the ability to take the more established SUV competitors head on.
Unbeatable Value for Money  
Did not want to write a review earlier because did not think a test drive would be sufficient to provide a "Proper" Review. Now that I have collected and driven around a little but more, i feel i am in a better position to write a short review. By the way I am coming from an Infiniti Q30 1.5T (diesel). The MG HS gave a nicer overall driving experience than the Q30. Engine performance was definitely better and definitely more comfortable andof course spacious. The Q30 was able to handle better since it is lower and had the excellent MB chasis/suspension. But i never expected to be able to drive the HS in the same was as the Q30 anyway. Stock sound system is decent too. By now most of you already know the HS has plenty of features so i won't go into that much more here. So far i did not experience any of that alleged clunky gear box at low speeds (maybe i am lucky?). Thoroughly enjoyed driving the car although need some getting used to the significant increase in size. As per my title, dollar for dollar, I don't think any car in the market can give you as much bang foryour buck. Yes the price has risen recently but that's due to rising COE, many other car prices are also increasing. Reliability is of course a question mark but not much of a concern for me. They may be new in Singapore, but not new elsewhere so i am ok with that. So i am giving it 4 stars with some benefit of doubt thrown in. By the way other established brands also have problems with even new cars.
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The Many Goodness of a MG SUV.  
Saw this at Motor Show and finally had time to go take a closer look at the showroom. First looks is impressive, though is MIC or Made In China, thus bearing the MG brand for its prestige. Headlights and Tail lights are full LED and waving signal lights at both similar to Audi though headlights circular LED looks from Hyundai... Interior is a mix and match from various brands, like aircon vents from Mercedes, Gearstick from BMW (only 7-Speeds than the real 8-speed), etc...Etc..Thus giving you the conti feel. The screen was intuitive and responsive where comes with many features where you can configure the car, like an unusual tailgate height which is done from button and hold to lock height but this MG can do from its console. Other than that, many other features can be preferred from the comfort of the driver seat. Noticed that opening and closing of tailgate takes a "While" To react. Engine start is quiet and moving off is adequate too. At low speeds, gear changes seems cluttered in normal mode where at sports mode (changed in console), slightly better but have some lag, whereas in super sports mode (button pressed on steering like a ferrari), the engaging part is when you revved it and the cluttering gear changes with lag are somehow gone which deviates from normal usage. Overall, its a reasonably priced conti SUV at its entry level for this price tag but the reliability yet to be proven.
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