MG HS Leasing
Top 3 Features
A great-value family SUV.
Petrol or plug-in hybrid engines available.
Very spacious and well equipped for the money.
Why Lease An MG HS?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The MG HS is all about offering you a big car for small money and it certainly delivers on this promise when it comes to interior space for passengers. Boot space isn’t quite as impressive, as the standard 463-litre capacity falls short of what some prominent rivals such as the Skoda Karoq manage. You can free up 1454 litres by dropping the rear seats, but if you’re considering leasing the plug-in hybrid MG HS, bear in mind that its battery pack takes up some of the luggage room.
It won’t come as any surprise to know that the plug-in hybrid MG HS offers the lowest running costs in the range – but of course it also has a higher list price, so you need to pay attention to your annual mileage to make sure you’re driving enough to recoup the difference. The plug-in claims fuel economy of nearly 156mpg, but think of that as a best-case scenario based on beginning every journey with a full battery, rather than what you’ll see all the time. The petrol-engined car’s sub-40mpg figures seem much less impressive on paper, but are much more achievable in real-world driving.
MG HSThe HS comes as a large and tall 5-door family SUV only.
High Performance ModelsMG isn’t in the habit of offering dedicated high-performance versions of its models these days, and the HS is no exception to that rule. The plug-in hybrid version is surprisingly fast in a straight line, however.
The MG HS Vs Competitors
The HS hasn’t been around for too long, so long-term reliability data is limited. MG does back up its cars with a very generous 7-year manufacturer warranty, however, so it’ll be a long time before you’re paying to fix any faults.
The petrol car offers 463 and 1454 litres respectively with the rear seats up and down, but these numbers drop to 448 and 1375 litres in the plug-in hybrid, due to some space being given over to the battery pack.
Just 2 – Excite and Exclusive. Both offer you the same amount of kit that far more expensive equivalent trim levels on rival models to.
Yes, it does – rear parking sensors and a reversing camera are standard across the range.
In terms of passenger space, it’s very practical, with loads of room to stretch out front and rear. Boot space is average rather than outstanding, but overall the car gives a good account of itself in this area.
The HS appeals to those looking for value-for-money and who want to get as much space and equipment as possible, without worrying about the badge on the nose of the car.
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