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MG GS 0% finance up to 5 years, £250 Hilton Voucher included £14,995.00

£14995.00 @ MG Motor
Excellent alternative to leasing. Own the car at the end of the finance. MG cars are Chinese but they do come with a 5 year warranty. The resale value will be low but with monthly payments as low as £… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Excellent alternative to leasing. Own the car at the end of the finance. MG cars are Chinese but they do come with a 5 year warranty. The resale value will be low but with monthly payments as low as £199.93 this is similar to leasing a car. I would go for this if the MG GS had a slightly larger boot.
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#1
Buy a real MG, it will cost you far less :{
#2
lol
1 Like #3
See in my mind this is a scenario which proves leasing to be a good deal.

3K upfront for this and £249 for 4 years. At the end of it the car is worth maybe 5k if you have done low mileage so let's say a cost of 10k for 4 years for a low spec car.

Their are plenty of a year lease deals which would cost similar over the period with the added bonus of a new car half way through. Granted the year 5 cost for this is cheaper as with leasing you would need to take out a new one but ultimately of you are happy to drive around in a 4 year old car you might as well just do that now and replace in a further 4 years.

Horses for courses but I wouldn't get overly excited by this deal.
#4
The point of this deal is for those who want an affordable way to purchase a new car. I would not like to lease as I would worry about damaging the car and being stung with a bill at the end. If I own the car then I can relax about parking at supermarkets, etc. This is the most affordable way I have found to buy a car. It is cheaper than a Skoda Yeti or a Jeep Renegade, the only car that is similar at a similar price is the Ssangyong Tivoli, this is also available with 0% but have higher deposits.
#5
Interest rates are low at the moment, so surely 0% isn't such a great deal? You could borrow the money at a low interest rate and maybe negotiate a better price as a cash buyer for the car? Worth considering, if this is a car you really want to buy new and own... Personally. Id sooner have a 10 year old banger, or a push bike.
#6
M_z
Interest rates are low at the moment, so surely 0% isn't such a great deal? You could borrow the money at a low interest rate and maybe negotiate a better price as a cash buyer for the car? Worth considering, if this is a car you really want to buy new and own... Personally. Id sooner have a 10 year old banger, or a push bike.
Good point but i'm not sure MG would take more than 5% off the price and a loan at 3.5% APR would cost more than 5% of the car. Worth it if you can negotiate 10% off though. Might look at other cars as a loan could be another option
#7
Competitor to the Kia Sportage - you can lease one of those for less:

Over 4 years

£578.52 up front
£192.84 a month

£9642 over 4 years - road tax included

Cant really say if the MG would be worth more £5400 at 4 years old (or if they will even exist) plus the sportage is probably a better car.

If you are really in the market for a budget car in this sector then perhaps the Ssangyong Tivoli is a better choice - 5 year warranty and starting at £12950 with 0% finance, or £199 deposit and £199 a month for 3 years with a final payment of 6K if you want to keep it.
#8
Dj CUE
the only car that is similar at a similar price is the Ssangyong Tivoli, this is also available with 0% but have higher deposits.

The Tivoli is also available on PCP with £199 deposit - the interest is 6.9% but you get a dealer deposit contribution which covers all but about £300 of the interest - this looks a better deal to me that the 0% offer
#9
You mentioned the skoda yeti

£2250 up front and £99 a month for 2 years

http://www.simpsonsskoda.co.uk/new-car-offers/yeti-dsg/
#10
If they end up being anything like the MG6 then they will have lost nearly half their value in the first year. You can pick up a top spec year old MG6 for £8k.
#11
Cheap Chinese crap with dubious build quality
1 Like #12
own one then do you??
have total 100% proof that it is cheap Chinese crap??
Own a mobile phone, laptop, flatscreen,
virtually all built in some way in China or from components from China.
So so difficult nowadays not to bite at the rubbish posted on here sometimes
1 Like #13
tasker
own one then do you??
have total 100% proof that it is cheap Chinese crap??
Own a mobile phone, laptop, flatscreen,
virtually all built in some way in China or from components from China.
So so difficult nowadays not to bite at the rubbish posted on here sometimes

Yes it is made in China and the build quality is awful. Read the countless reviews.

My mobile is made Mexico. My laptop is made Korea. My "flatscreen" is made in Japan.

MG is crap. Your opinion is irrelevant. I'm relaying a fact.
#14
Anyone who has driven one of these, will confirm that they are absolutely horrific cars.

I couldn't recommend this car to anyone, regardless how cheap it may seem
2 Likes #15
tasker
own one then do you??
have total 100% proof that it is cheap Chinese crap??
Own a mobile phone, laptop, flatscreen,
virtually all built in some way in China or from components from China.
So so difficult nowadays not to bite at the rubbish posted on here sometimes


Yoda you sound like
#16
OK.... I have researched the MG and most reviews say the MG is not great but OK for the money. The reason I was looking at it was due to needing a petrol car and wanting an automatic SUV. There are only a few to choose from. The automatic MG gets terrible reviews so looks like I am looking again at a 6 year old Mitsubishi Outlander or a 2 year old Toyota Rav4. Any ideas on other cars would be good. I have discounted the Dacia Duster, Skoda Yeti, Kia Sportage and now the MG GS. Thanks

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