The MG ZS has quickly become one of the more popular cars on the market. This is thanks to the vehicle’s affordable price tag and for the features it carries. It comes with a host of features that make the vehicle easy to drive and that separates it from the rest of the competition.
Here is our list of 7 things we like about the MG ZS.
Even as a subcompact crossover below its MG brother, the RX5, The MG ZS has plenty of space inside and it could easily pass for a family car. Passengers in either row have a lot of head- and shoulder-room, which means you won’t be rubbing shoulders with anyone. If you happened to get seated in the second row fret not as the vehicle has loads of legroom, too. The second row can even accommodate three adults.
Even the rear trunk has something impressive to offer coming in with 448-liters worth of space. More space can be had when the second row is folded, more than doubling the space, coming in at 1375-liters. For those who take care of elderly passengers, a wheelchair can fit at the back.
Low loading lip
No heavy lifting here as the MG ZS has a low loading lip. This allows buyers to easily load their luggage in and out of the vehicle without having to put too much effort into it. The crossover also comes with the bonus of having a deep trunk compartment even allowing you to store taller items.
At its price point, the ZS surprisingly has a panoramic sunroof that adds to the upscale look and ambiance of the vehicle. The feature lets you have natural light enter the cabin when needed and at a push of a button. It also comes with a fabric cover in case you want to block out the sun and keep the cabin cooler during the day.
Dynamic Reverse Camera
A useful feature in the crossover’s arsenal is its dynamic backup camera with dynamic lines. Dynamic lines help you predict where your vehicle is going when reversing. It even comes with a measurement system that lets you get the most of a tight parking spot.
Two USB charging ports
This ZS is ready for the age of technology. Not only does it feature two USB charging ports, but it also has a 12-volt socket as well. Having two charging ports allows you and your passenger to charge your devices at once. The 12-volt socket, on the other hand, also offers users more charging options or a place to plug in their dashcams.
Apple CarPlay equipped infotainment system
The MG ZS comes with an 8-inch LCD infotainment system that comes with Apple CarPlay as standard. The USB ports act as a connection point in order for your smartphone to sync with the head unit. Sorry Android users, but you will just have to make do with the Bluetooth functionality instead. The Apple-based smartphone mirroring feature is handy for those who want to integrate their Apple devices into their vehicles. The user can easily access navigation and music streaming apps through this interface.
Tire pressure monitoring system
The MG ZS has a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). It’s a handy feature to have instead of having to check your vehicle’s tire pressure every time you gas up. Knowing your vehicle’s tire pressures helps you quickly identify which tires are going soft or which tires are leaking.
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