The MG GS certainly isn’t bad, but you do feel some body lean on a twisty road. The steering helps, though, because it’s well weighted and it’s easy to place the front of the GS precisely. The gear change is pleasant enough, offering slick if slightly long shifts, but unfortunately an engine that holds on to revs far too readily spoils this. To make a smooth change, you need to come off the throttle and consciously wait for the revs to fall before shifting into the next gear.

Standard features include power steering, power windows, central locking, fabric seats, halogen headlamps, fog lamps, LED daytime running lamps, manual-adjustable seats, manual A/C, stereo with USB/AUX support, 4 speakers and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Safety features include stability control, ABS with electronic brake distribution (EBD), brake assist, auto hold and front airbags. This models get additional airbags, hill descent control and anti-roll program.

The MG GS 2017 is available in the following configurations:

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