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Old 2nd August 2022, 14:24   #41
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Whoever owns the marque plays the tune, They are indeed MG's which says so on the car, in the car & on the EVSE that came with it. I cant say enough of how good these BEV's are, The fit & finish is very good, They're super smooth & silent & can leave most cars in the rear view mirror with just a tap on the accelerator Even with high electricity prices home charging at 29p/kWh is infinitely cheaper than going to the petrol station which I haven't been to in 18 months which is rather good to say the least












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Derogatory language, there is no way, especially in Scotland, that the phrase, sh1ts & giggles is derogatory, wife has confirmed this, as she's Glaswegian and knows these things, I think I must have hit a nerve somewhere else.
Aye the hit nerve was the derogatory name by which you referred to the Chinese. I guess some people are not bothered by racist terminology but it certainly hits a nerve with me. I guess that's my cross which I have to carry
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Got an email from Chaplehouse MG motors of Wigan this morning where I got my MG ZS EV from.










Hello Ian,


The New MG4 EV is coming soon to Chapelhouse and we are excited to share more information about the car!


Range anxiety? Not with the MG4 EV. You'll have the option of a Standard and Long range option. You can go up to 281 miles* on MG4 EV Long Range and 218 miles* on Standard.

The brand new MG4 Electric is a born eye-catcher from all angles and it comes in 6 colour combinations, from the vibrant Volcano Orange to the elegant Black Pearl. Pick the colour to match your personality.


You like the look but what about the price? Starting from £25,995 on the MG4 EV SE Standard Range, MG4 EV is a no compromise between electric driving and affordability. Find out more and register your interest Today!!
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Old 10th August 2022, 22:02   #44
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I guess that's my cross which I have to carry
Which could of course be considered religiously derogatory, but then nothing offends me.
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Old 12th August 2022, 19:20   #45
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They are not MG's, not British for a start, Chinkie. At least the ZR ZS ZT F & TF are British.
I have a trip coming up to Northern Ireland this coming weekend. Just for sh1ts and giggles I put in how many stops I would have to do in one of the MG EV's on a charger planning site, depending on how much charge / anxiety levels I was prepared to put up with, it said I would have to stop anywhere from 3 to 5 times and from 50 to 35 minutes each time. We're going to go in the TF and guess what, we'll only have to stop once, when we get there. We will stop on the way up of course but that will be for a pee and a bite to eat which will take tops, 20 minutes, and I won't be queuing at a charger, and I won't be light footed with it either.

Unless the TF suffers HGF, in which case just one very long stop!
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Unless the TF suffers HGF, in which case just one very long stop!
So far I have 3 K Series cars in my possession. ZS 1.8, ZT Turbo 1.8, and the wife's TF 1.8. I've had no gasket issues whilst in my possession and the mileages are, TF, 54,000. ZS 135,000 and. ZT Turbo 164,000. I'm going to pull the engine on the Turbo to change all the bearings and maybe a couple of other bits, then a trip to KMaps to up the power once the engine has proved itself.
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Unless the TF suffers HGF, in which case just one very long stop!
Just finished the trip, 1,175 miles, never missed a beat.
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