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EuroSports Auto Lanka promotes MG ZS SUV

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The Legendary “MG“ is an Iconic British Automobile Brand that is closely associated with Sri Lankan car enthusiasts with classic British sport cars that offered thrilling, open-air motoring dating back to 1924. After a hiatus of some time, the MG brand is back. And for the first time in MG’s History with a Smart, Stylish and Spacious British Engineered / designed, compact SUV model. 

EuroSports Auto Lanka, a fully owned subsidiary and the European Sports car arm of Micro Cars Ltd, has taken over the Sri Lankan stewardship of this famous marque and is the sole agent for MG in Sri Lanka. The new MG ZS was introduced to Sri Lanka in March 2018, and just within a very short period of time, has shown a promising future for its SUV on our island. 

MG was traditionally owned and manufactured by the British “MG Motor Company Limited” before being taken over by the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC), A 41st place Ranking Global Fortune 500 Co. with a sales revenue of staggering 113.86Bn US$ in 2017. Today SAIC is the Largest  Car manufacturing Co in China and based in Shanghai and the assembler for World renounced  Volkswagen Group and General Motors “Cadillac” in the Chinese market. Also SAIC’s global brand portfolio consists of MG and Rover and exports to leading markets, such as United Kingdom, Australia and many European markets including Sri Lanka .

The MG ZS that lands on our shores is as to the United Kingdom specifications, right down to being built on the same production line and specifications to those destined for the United Kingdom. The ZS conforms to all required  EU standards, including Euro 6  and EuroNCAP  rash tests, also meeting to stringent  Australian ADR standards. The Gasoline highly efficient engine, coupled to a six-speed Japanese AISIN auto tiptronic transmission.

The MG ZS develops a very competitive 115bhp with a torque of 160Nm, allowing for effortless performance in the city and beyond records over 11 to 18 Km per Litre in urban and rural road conditions respectively and a big fuel bill saver, also The electric steering system allows variable assistance to be selected, and strong, sure-footed braking is ensured by all-round disc brakes with ABS and EBD. On the safety side, no less than six airbags protect the occupants of the MG ZS.

The Directly Imported MG ZS comes with loads of option unmatched to any other in its price category. A full-length panoramic sunroof, of which 60% can be opened. Leather seats, automatic climate control, a full multimedia system with Apple CarPlay support, six speakers, Bluetooth, reverse camera and Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) are a few of the many that the ZS features. A full-size spare wheel and a 448-litre boot ensure plenty of luggage space too.


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