Information About Charging the MG ZS
MG has had a tricky rebirth back into the UK market, but the electric era offers the brand a chance for a total reinvention. What better place to start the comfortable well-equipped and practical family SUV costing just £25,000 and delivering a range of hundred and 63 miles on a single charge.
MG seem to have produced a new car but is more practical and way cheaper than its competitors. For that really low price tag, you even get semi-automatic driving a touchscreen system and cruise control it looks like this car could shake up the affordable electric car class. So let’s find out if the mg EV is as good in reality as this is on paper.
You can charge up the MG EV by charging up the vehicle by lifting the nose panel on the giving of the cup at the front of the car, with the MG ZS EV you get and it is a long 8 m Type II charging cable as standard and it also comes with a three-pin type to charging cable. This cable will allow you to plug-in to a standard UK three-pin socket.
If you connect the MG ZS EV two E. wall charging station and you could have a full battery in 6 1/2 hours. While a normal domestic socket will take up to 70 1/2 hours to fully charge the mg ZS EV.
One issue with charging the MG ZS EV, there is no option for you to set time parameters on charging this makes it difficult to take advantage of late-night off-peak tariffs. There is all there is also no phone app to control charging and cabin temperature but what you do get is a seven-year 80,000-year warranty that covers the car and the batteries.
One of the main worries with electric cars is the range it is capable of driving on a single charge, the ZS has a 44.5 kW battery depending on driving the MG can reach up to 160 miles. This figure is right up with the latest versions of Nissan Leaf and Hyundai Kona.