All-new ZS proves Chinese-built cars are getting better.


    • Kevin Walker
      Kevin Walker

      Lots of owners reporting their cars cutting out a lot on the owners facebook page, I was gonna get one as Im an MG fan, but changed my mind.

      about 9 days ago
    • Steve Martin
      Steve Martin

      Hmmm, one liter, three cylinders. It'd wanna have a bit more get up & go than the Mirage did! Hang's got a turbo!! Eighty two KW's though

      about 19 days ago
    • Twambo Hamoonga
      Twambo Hamoonga

      great car and for the price amazing just visited the new mg showroom in Marylebone (london) and had a good experience with the team there. would defiantly recommend especially with the current deals they have at the moment, its almost driving like driving away for free

      about 1 month ago
    • Peno1992

      But will it last? Will have to wait and see...

      about 1 month ago
    • Monkey D. Luffy
      Monkey D. Luffy In reply to Peno1992

      7 years warranty for engine im just shocked that they are that confident about its engine. Tbh its made by chinas biggest company. Its factory are autonomous meaning less human error. Its price is very competitive for a car all car cost less than 30k and has 7 years warranty.

      about 29 days ago
    • Danny V
      Danny V

      The grill, front and rear headlights look identical to the Mazda CX. If you put these two side-by-side with no badges, you'd think they're the same family.

      about 1 month ago
    • iatsd

      Well, we know who ate all the pies

      about 2 months ago
    • General Zodd
      General Zodd

      Push Start ignition panoramic large sunroof but no fried rice

      about 2 months ago
    • Tidwell

      Saw a old MG rusted away in a falling apart garage in a old historic town in Texas. I wanted to buy it off the old lady that had it but the work I'd have to do would be tremendous. Wish I got it and tucked it away in my garage

      about 3 months ago
    • Kee Ppe
      Kee Ppe

      Wow so much racism show about cars wtf!!! Lol most of racism from Indians

      about 4 months ago
    • Goran Farkas
      Goran Farkas

      So, its Chinese rubbish with a fancy badge...

      about 5 months ago
    • Stanley Leopard
      Stanley Leopard In reply to Goran Farkas

      +Goran Farkas Difference is that the brands you mention are made for the internal Chinese market. MG is sold in the UK and Australia, and is soon to be launched in Europe, so is designed and made to Western quality standards. A 7 year warranty is testimony to this.

      about 1 month ago
    • Goran Farkas
      Goran Farkas In reply to Goran Farkas

      CasparCrew Leuila call it whatever you want, I just don’t trust China made cars ( owned by Chinese companies) ... Look at Cherry, Great wall.. shocking safety records...

      about 2 months ago
      KINGDOM _COME In reply to Goran Farkas

      Have you tried one yet? Or is this comment based on your ignorance

      about 2 months ago
    • Derek Porter
      Derek Porter In reply to Goran Farkas

      Don't be silly. Try one before you make such comments.

      about 4 months ago
    • DMT267

      Serious, 1 litre 3 cylinder !!! Nothing under 2 litre for these types of SUV's.

      about 5 months ago
    • Stuart Hancock
      Stuart Hancock

      I've got mixed feelings about this. It's easy to say that because it's Chinese it will be an unreliable lemon. But then think back to quality control within the British car industry in the late 70's Hmm......🤔.

      about 6 months ago
    • Monkey D. Luffy
      Monkey D. Luffy In reply to Stuart Hancock

      +Stanley Leopard yes and the factory making these cars looks pretty good.

      about 29 days ago
    • Stanley Leopard
      Stanley Leopard In reply to Stuart Hancock

      As someone else said, there's really no such thing as a bad car these days. The perception of anything made in China as being unreliable and of poor quality is years out of date. Consider that nearly all Apple products are made there now.

      about 1 month ago
    • Dhanunjaya Reddy
      Dhanunjaya Reddy

      Please do review of new MG3

      about 7 months ago
    • B Edwards
      B Edwards

      why did MG sell out to the fillthy chinease

      about 7 months ago
    • Derek Porter
      Derek Porter In reply to B Edwards

      Learn to spell and don't make such ignorant comments.

      about 4 months ago
    • Jay Son Wong
      Jay Son Wong In reply to B Edwards

      B Edwards because all British cars have failed to keep up with trend and technology so they winded up for sale. The Germans, Americans, Chinese and Indian bought them over. Do you know that MG is far more successful than it was under the Chinese? The Chinese put reliability, durability and after sales at top priority which is why it became successful. SAIC MG overtook Koreans, Ford, Chevy in Thailand now trying to catch up with Nissan, Mazda, Honda.

      about 7 months ago
    • Ron Richter
      Ron Richter

      Chinese buckets of shit that ll ne good for 3 years of ownership if that

      about 10 months ago
    • Derek Porter
      Derek Porter In reply to Ron Richter

      Don't be silly like Goran Farkas. Try one first.

      about 4 months ago

      Who designed this? Mazda??? 😂😂

      about 10 months ago
    • nizm0man

      Can't come up with their own design, so they copy the leaders lol (Mazda outside, VW group inside). Classic Chinese move. Waste of the MG brand.

      about 1 year ago
    • Cosmo Ray
      Cosmo Ray In reply to nizm0man

      about 3 months ago
    • wapenshaw
      wapenshaw In reply to nizm0man

      The design is English and was done in Longbridge. MG was bought by a Chinese company years ago but all the designs are done in the UK so the indicators and windscreen washer levers are about face and follow the European tradition.

      about 9 months ago
    • James Oren
      James Oren In reply to nizm0man

      Thats really not the fully story. It's a vertically integrated Chinese company that opened a UK design centre to maintain the claim to being British, primarily in fact for the Chinese market - many chinese shoppers also don't trust chinese companies, so this gives it the idea that that's a european company, whatever stereotypes you want to add to that, but made locally here in China. Basically it's a marketing move - the design team might be called MG motor and be in the UK, but they are directly overseen by SAIC in the UK, who answer to their bosses in China.

      It's a world apart from a UK company that's outsourcing manufacture, and it's basically the same thing tata motors did with jaguar and landrover - keep the design teams in the UK because nobody is going to buy an overtly Indian Jag. My guess is though that whilst the landrover and jag teams have quite a bit of freedom inside tata motors, MG do not, as evidenced by what's coming out of them - overtly Chinese style cars not popular in the UK with MG badges on them.

      about 10 months ago
    • Unknown User
      Unknown User In reply to nizm0man

      nizm0man they are design by Brits in Britain. Then manufactured in China

      about 10 months ago
    • Wael Mkaouar
      Wael Mkaouar


      about 1 year ago
    • R Soul
      R Soul

      Communist wearing a vest, smoking a pipe and flying a spitfire is still a communist.

      about 1 year ago
    • nocolo123
      nocolo123 In reply to R Soul

      R Soul sour boy

      about 18 days ago
    • CHI CHI
      CHI CHI

      Strong resemblance to

      about 1 year ago
    • Stuart

      Why does every other country other than England think we drink warm beer lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Walker
      Kevin Walker In reply to Stuart

      +James Oren When I lived in the 80's ther the beer (Mild & Bitter, Guiness etc) was room temp. UK was famous for it.

      about 9 days ago
    • James Oren
      James Oren In reply to Stuart

      It's primarily an Australian stereotype, but it also perpetuates places where they only have larger or chill all their drinks. IT's a bit like how we mock aussies for putting corks on their hats to keep flies away, it's a stereotype, but there's more to it. It's because beers in the UK are traditionally stored and sold at cellar temp, whilst lagers and some "cold" stouts, bitters, etc are sold refrigerated, either from refrigerated cellars or bottled in refrigerators behind the bar. Come to Australia and you'll find most lagers are imported and sold refrigerated like in the UK, but most all Australian beer is actually pale ale or a variant of pale ale - summer ale, etc. and it's always sold chilled. UK style ales and bitters (and ciders for that matter - they typically use french apples or pink lady here) are barely made here at all, and even when they are they refrigerate them to lager temps. It's all about climate. Australia -shock warning - is pretty hot for quite a bit of the year, so the market is for light, refreshing, cold drinks, so that's what they make & they're used to. Traditional English beer is almost non-existent here unless it's something imported like newcky brown or spitfire, and again, they'd always chill it to below 5C. So when they come to the UK (often during the 1 month british summer) they go to buy a beer, by which they're expecting something like a cold summer ale served at about 2-3C, but instead we give them a pint (not 500ml or a schooner) of beer at about 12-15C, and they complain it's warm.

      about 10 months ago
    • averagejoe

      Mazda might wanna sue this shit

      about 1 year ago
    • Vintage Eagle
      Vintage Eagle

      The thing that has astounded me the most about the Chinese car is the 7 year warranty, that's bloody impressive but it will be interesting to see how reliable it is in the real world

      about 1 year ago
    • hondatrix
      hondatrix In reply to Vintage Eagle

      Will need all 7 years...

      about 1 year ago