A new discount from the brand means the MG4 could cost less than 20,000 euros.
The brand belonging to the Chinese group SAIC and of British origin wants to break the electric car market and the MG4 is its candidate to do so.
Since we met the MG4 Electric, we already knew that this electric vehicle could be a runaway success for anyone who wants to buy an electric car without having to pay a lot for it, or at least pay the same as its combustion counterpart.
If the starting price of the MG4 Electric is already groundbreaking, starting from 29.490€ excluding the Moves III plan, now with the brand’s new promotion and discount makes it even more attractive.
MG is currently offering a direct discount of 2,000 euros if you finance the purchase of the car with Santander Promo-Finance, where the brand has reached an agreement to offer this discount.
MG4 for 19.280 euros
With this discount of 2,000 euros, the MG4 can be yours for 27,490 euros, of which if you take advantage of the aid of the Moves III Plan you have to deduct up to 7,000 euros (if you buy your old car) and 1,210 euros of discount offered by the brand.
Therefore, if we subtract this amount we see that the price of the MG4 is from 19.280 euros.
This makes the MG4 one of the first electric cars with more than decent performance to fall below the psychological figure of 20,000 euros, although you will have to finance the car with them.
For 19,280 euros you will have the MG4 Electric Standard, the entry-level model with a 51 kWh battery with a range of 350 kilometres under the WLTP cycle and a 125 kW (170 hp) electric motor.
In addition, it is important to remember that all MG cars come with many standard features such as the MG Pilot assistant package, full LED headlights, keyless entry, V2L bi-directional charging etc. …..
On the other hand, if you want more autonomy, you can opt for the MG4 Comfort at a price of 23.280 euros if we apply all the discounts mentioned above.
This is also a very attractive price considering that it comes with a 64 kWh battery that offers a range of 450 kilometres WLTP and a power output of 150 kW (204 hp) as well as some more standard features such as its 17-inch wheels or the active grille for ventilation, as well as offering a higher charging power of 135 kW instead of the 117 kW offered by the Standard version.
There is no doubt that this move by MG puts in check many automotive manufacturers where they are offering their electric cars of similar performance at really exorbitant prices if we compare them with the MG4.
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