ZS and GS owners can opt for the Protection Pack until March 31st, for just £139.99 ($176). This means you’ll be adding front and rear fabric mats, front and rear mud guards and a rear loadspace liner to your reasonably priced car.
Also available until the end of March is the Adventure Pack (£499/$630), aimed exclusively at the new MG3. This includes a tow bar with electrics pack, roof bars, front and rear rubber mats and a boot liner. This one is aimed at customers who tend to put their car through its paces more so than usual.
“Our ‘Protection’ and ‘Adventure’ packs have been hugely popular, so we’re delighted to extend their availability. With the wintery weather sure to be with us for a few months yet, and many people planning to set off on a new year adventure to shake off the cobwebs after the winter hibernation, we’re sure their popularity will continue. We’d urge owners to get them while they can as they offer real value for money too,” stated MG head of aftersales, Harvey France.
Right now, UK buyers can purchase the entry-level MG3 hatchback from just £9,495 ($11,995), which lands you a 1.5-liter naturally-aspirated petrol engine, good for 106 PS (104 HP) and 137 Nm (101 lb-ft) of torque. Meanwhile, the ZS and GS crossovers are priced from £12,495 ($15,785) and £15,095 ($19,069) respectively.
The entry-level version of the ZS is powered by the same engine you get in the MG3, whereas the GS uses a turbocharged 1.5-liter unit, with 166 PS (163 HP) and 250 Nm (184 lb-ft) of torque.