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MG HS review 2020: Is made in China finally good? We review MG's mid-sized SUV.

We use appliances and tech items made in China each and every day, but what about Chinese cars? They used to be pretty terrible, so has that equation changed recently? Paul Maric reviews the MG HS, a mid-sized SUV built in China and sold by a brand that once used to be British. Is it any good? Watch and find out!

Hardness tester results:

Skip Ahead:
Intro: 00:00
Exterior: 00:55
Interior: 02:37
Infotainment: 03:58
Other Features: 06:49
Practicality: 09:01
On the road: 12:28
Verdict: 16:39

Full review:

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21 thoughts on “MG HS review 2020: Is made in China finally good? We review MG's mid-sized SUV.

  1. Just recently i used a brand new base model one for few days the gas mileage was worst, very bad ride and handling and very noisy from the cabin like door handles and dashboard particles were wriggling during driving in a county road or town I would never buy a chinese brand
    Moreover i would never recommend these brands to my friends and family

  2. The sarcasm at the beginning is spot on, As Chinese myself living in Perth, I don’t understand why people would buy Chinese cars, I’d rather buy established brand like Lexus which I did, and none of Chinese people in Perth I know drive Chinese cars. They all go Mercedes, bmw, Audi or least Toyota. I just can’t imagine myself sitting in those Chinese cars, shouldn’t Australians only buy products from democracy countries with love? Has Australia falling that much that need to buy cars from China?

  3. Did anyone tell you that you're Mike Myers brother? 🙂 Excellent review! And hello from Egypt. Just bought this car two weeks ago and It's incredibly fun to drive. My only concern is its ability to last long. The maintenance costs are acceptable here.

  4. Thanks for a great honest review (so much better than another just listened too…"Guys" 😉 I am still a little unsure whether to trade my 2018 Escape 1.5 Trend in for one, which has a lot of road noise). Those dings would drive me crazy and the inability to operate the climate control without opening the computer also a little annoying.

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