MG Motor Australia Announces Price Reduction for ZS EV Range

Jacob Brooke
November 6, 2023

MG Motor Australia has officially announced a reduction in the prices of its ZS EV range. This decision reflects the company's commitment to making electric vehicles more accessible to Australians.

The price adjustment took effect from 1 November 2023, and applies to all vehicles purchased from that date onwards. The ZS EV is offered in three different variants: the 'Excite', the 'Essence', and the 'Long Range'.

Both the Excite and Essence models boast a driving range of up to 320km, as per the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). In contrast, the Long Range variant offers an extended driving range of up to 440km (WLTP).

Watch our MG ZS EV Long Range Review Here:

The newly announced prices for the ZS EV range are as follows: the Excite is now priced at $40,990, the Essence at $43,990, and the Long Range (LR) at $49,990, all excluding on-road costs.

This represents a $6,000 drop for the Long Range, a $4,000 drop for the Essence, and a $3,000 drop for the Excite. Effectively, this drops the range below pricing of the MG4 64kWh and 77kWh variants, and just above the MG4 Excite 51kWh, you can watch our review of that car here:

A spokesperson for MG Motor commented on the price reduction, stating, “MG continues to work with SAIC, our suppliers, Dealer Network, and freight partners to reduce costs wherever possible. We are committed to helping more Australians switch to electric vehicles sooner rather than later. Whenever we are able to pass price reductions onto our customers, we will make sure we do.”

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Jacob Brooke
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