MG ZS is expected to an exciting new entry into the SUV market of Pakistan. Deemed to be the most affordable SUV in the market at the moment and Pakistani SUV enthusiasts have huge hopes from this brand-new entry.
Essentially a compact SUV, the MG ZS features a beautiful exterior while the interior is fully loaded with latest technology. The dashboard contains a brand new 10.1 inch full color touchscreen that comes with latest amenities that you would need.
Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming MG ZS and its price in Pakistan.
Features of MG ZS That You Can Expect
The MG ZS is a compact SUV, the SUV is expected to come to Pakistan in three variants that are distinguished by the transmission. However, it is expected that the first variant to reach Pakistan is going to have a 1.5 liter VTi-tech non-turbo engine that is paired with a 5 speed manual transmission. This engine is capable of producing 141Nm of torque and can produce 106 horsepower.
Other features of the SUV include:
- Fog Lights
- Bi-Functional LED Headlights
- Cruise Control with Speed Limiter
- Rear Parking Sensors
- Panoramic Sky Roof
- 17 inch Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
- 1 Inch Infotainment System
Booking Requirements for the SUV
If you want to get a MG ZS, you will first need to book it. The company needs certain things from the future owners so that they can finalize who will get this much-awaited SUV. The booking requirements include:
- NTN Certificate Copy
- Copy of CNIC
- Purchase Order on the Letter Head (digital)
- Authentic Signatures along with Company Stamp
Along with that, people are expected to make a Rs. 2 million partial payment along with the booking documents. Once the paperwork is complete, the SUV will begin rolling out to the owners sometime in April, 2021.
Price of the MG ZS
The MG ZS is expected to the most affordable SUV in the country at the moment. MG Pakistan has confirmed that the SUV will have a price tag of Rs. 4.1 million, which makes it the most affordable SUV available in Pakistan.