Morris Garages is an iconic British automotive brand with a 100 years history, mostly known for its two-seater sportscars. Currently it belongs to the Chinese giant SAIC Motor Corporation and since 2011 lives through a renaissance producing automobiles for the British, European, Australian and Asian markets. Their current lineup has gone a long way from simply performance autos, and now includes cars, crossovers, and even pickups. Today, we will explore them all diving deep into the technical data and picking inside to investigate interior designs.
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#1 2020 MG HS
Introduced back in 2018, the 2020 MG HS compact crossover is making a debut on its home market this year, occupying a flagship place in the company’s range.
#2 MG Extender
For the reasons unknown, in 2020 Thailand exclusively becomes the country where MG will be selling a pretty good looking pickup. In essence, this is a rebadged version of the Maxus T70 truck currently manufactured for China.
#3 2020 MG Hector
2020 MG Hector is a compact crossover, based on the Chinese Baojun 530, that arrives to the Indian market with slightly updated exterior, new cabin tech, and an available 1.5L PHEV powertrain.
#4 2019 MG ZS
Launched in 2017, this subcompact crossover became the second venture of MG onto the SUV territory. The MG ZS revives the ZS moniker previously used on the sedan.
#5 MG RX8
In 2020, Morris Garages continues to expand its offerings across the Middle-Eastern and South-Asian markets, introducing the all-new 7-seater, named the RX8.
#6 2020 MG3
2020 MG3 is one of the most affordable hatchbacks of the segment, that this year, expands its lineup to compete with everything from the Dacia Sandero to the more expensive Skoda Fabia.
#7 2020 MG ZS EV
The ZS EV is arriving to the UK with the potential to become the most affordable electric crossover on the market. On the road price lands at 25,000 pounds before plugin grants.
The first generation of the MG 5 compact car was produced by the brand between 2012 and 2018, and was mainly sold in China. In 2020, the nameplate returns as 5-door subcompact sedan to be available in the Philippines and across the Middle East.