New MG3 Hybrid+

Available to test-drive now at your local Arnold Clark MG branch!

The new MG3 Hybrid+ represents a landmark in MG’s powertrain development and is the first pure hybrid model to be launched.

This newcomer is also set to ‘sweep up’ would-be Ford Fiesta buyers – check out the review here published by Autocar.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When will I be able to order the new MG3 Hybrid+?

You can now order the new MG3 Hybrid+ at Arnold Clark! Click here to check out these offers.

How much is the MG3 Hybrid+ expected to be?

The MG3 Hybrid+ is expected to cost from £20,495 as a hybrid. For the pure-petrol model with a manual gearbox, it is set to start from £18,495.

What engine does the new MG3 Hybrid+ have?

The new Hybrid+ powertrain, MG’s first non-plug-in hybrid, has a 101bhp 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with a 107bhp electric motor to give a combined 192bhp and 313lb ft of torque.

This makes the new MG3 Hybrid+ more powerful than the Renault Clio and Toyota Yaris hybrids. It is also quicker, going from 0-62mph in 8.0 seconds.

What features does the new MG3 Hybrid+ have?

The new MG3 Hybrid+ comes with:

  • New ‘floating’ twin screens – a seven-inch driver’s display and a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen

There are two trim levels that will be available:

  • The SE Trim level includes smartphone mirroring, four USB ports and rear parking camera.
  • The Trophy trim level includes heated front seats, keyless entry and a 360-degree parking camera.
Where are MG cars made?

MG has a long history and has been ahead of its time since the brand’s inception in the Morris Garages in 1924. The MG brand is designed with the European motorist in mind. All MG vehicles are developed in MG design studios in Shanghai in cooperation with the advanced design studio in London, produced in China.

MG’s parent company is SAIC Motor (Shanghai Automobile Industry Corporation). SAIC is the seventh largest manufacturer in the world and was the first automobile group in China with annual sales of over seven million units.