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MG4, 2024, front
MG4, 2024, rear

THE all-electric hatchback, the MG4SE Long Range, has been awarded top marks by Green NCAP, the industry-leading European emissions assessment programme.

Green NCAP is an independent initiative which measures cars on their efficiency, emissions and environmental impact under real world conditions.

The organisation aims to promote the development of cars which are clean and energy efficient to improve the quality of the air that we breathe and reduce global warming.

As a fully-electric model, the MG4 EV SE Long Range scored full marks in the Clean Air Tests in both laboratory and road testing and rated 10/10 on the Clean Air Index.

In the Energy Efficiency tests, the MG4 EV SE Long Range was marked as ‘good' - the highest ranking - for three out of 4 categories and delivered an overall score of at 9.2/10.

Similarly, the MG4 EV SE Long Range delivered excellent results in the Green House Gases test scoring 10/10 in both the cold and warm test and a rating of 9.4/10 overall.

Guy Pigounakis, commercial director at MG Motor UK, said: "Since the model's launch as MG's first all-electric hatchback in 2022, the MG4 EV has made sustainable, zero-emission motoring accessible for many thousands of customers. And we will continue to offer our customers cars that are enjoyable to drive whilst achieving high standards with key organisations like Green NCAP."

The MG4 EV is priced from £26,995 and is the second highest-selling electric car of 2023 and it has secured more than 30 major award wins, including an impressive nine ‘Car of the Year' titles. The Long Range model costs from £29,495.


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