MG has released its Q2 offers, including for business contract hire, ensuring that customers are ready for when showrooms re-open following the lockdown.
The offers for business buyers include the fully electric MG ZS EV, which is available on business contract hire through MG Motor Financial Services. It’s priced from £245 + VAT for the Excite version, on a 6 x 35 payment profile, while also benefiting from the new 0% Benefit-in-Kind rating on electric vehicles.
The offers also include the MG3 Excite hatchback, priced from £149 + VAT per month, the MG ZS Exclusive petrol compact SUV from £168 + VAT per month and the MG HS Excite SUV from £209 + VAT. With Benefit in Kind dropping to 0% on fully electric cars from April 2020, the MG ZS EV is set to be extremely popular with a Business Contract Hire monthly payment from just £245 + VAT for the Excite version.
MG is also targeting retail and opt-out drivers with a 0% APR PCP finance package across three of its core models: the MG3, the ZS and the MG HS. The newly launched MG3 Exclusive Nav version is now available from £159 per month thanks to a £500 Finance Deposit Allowance (FDA) provided by MG, while the MG ZS petrol SUV is on offer from £169 per month in Excite format. The MG HS starts from £229 per month.
The ZS EV is also available on PCP finance with a 4.9% APR and a £2,500 Finance Deposit Allowance, priced from £279 per month.
The ZS EV is also available on MG’s scrappage scheme, which has been extended and provides a saving of up to £3,500 and the option of a 5.9% APR PCP finance package.
Daniel Gregorious, head of sales & marketing at MG Motor UK, said: “Despite the temporary closure of car showrooms across the UK, we felt that it was important to release our quarter two offers on time so that customers can go on-line, configure their dream MG and be ready to visit their local MG dealer once the current restrictions are lifted. MGs continue to represent ultimate value-for-money and we hope that people will be able to treat themselves to a brand-new MG once coronavirus has been defeated.”