The rebirth of MG is a fact, however the bad reputation that preceded the brand before his disappearance back in 2005 and the presence of Chinese capital in his veins is making customers do not end up show attracted by their models. To this we must add that they are not present in all countries of the European Union and therefore its sales volume is very restricted in our continent.
United Kingdom is one of the few markets in which is present, but seems that the firm’s previous clients have given a lukewarm reception. However it must be said that MG is working very hard to make their cars just as robust and reliable as any of the competition. As proof of this is that your medium SUV, GS, has been put to the test in the crash test of ANCAP and has managed to get four meritorious star.
Like Euro NCAP, NHTSA or LatinNCAP, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) is responsible for testing and Validating the safety of cars that are for sale on the big island. More than one can say that what has to do MG GS and ANCAP if the model is not sold in Spain or Europe in big series, but I believe that it has great importance. The reason is to show that cars of the firm, contrary to what you might initially think, for nothing are unsafe in a traffic accident.
The score of four star is, as it happens in Europe with Euro NCAP, lack of attendees of driving assistance such as emergency braking (AEB) city, Wizard of notice by abandonment of rail or driver knee airbag. On the positive side there is to say that the car is very safe structural because it incorporates a platform with a very high coefficient of torsional and flexural stability.
Source – ANCAP