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The MG4 has a choice of three models, said Top Gear. There is the Standard Range SE with 51kWh battery and a 217-mile range; then two Long Range options: SE and Trophy, both with 64kWh, doing 0-62mph in just under eight seconds. There’s also a 77kWh Extended Range in the works, offering a potential 329-miles. MG says that it can meet demand, and has predicted impressive residual values for the MG4.
A cross between a hatchback and an SUV, the MG4 is a distinctive car, with snazzy lights, said Sunday Times Driving. Inside, there are two screens as standard – a 10.25-inch floating touchscreen and a 7-inch driver’s display – plus a row of switches for vital functions. Most of the buttons are on the steering wheel, which is a bit fiddly. Material quality is so-so, but it feels solid and well-engineered, with plenty of legroom and headroom.
In pictures: MG4