The MG GS receives four stars in crash tests from ANCAP


rebirth of MG it is a fact, however the bad reputation that preceded the brand before its demise back in 2005, and in the presence of capital chinese through his veins is doing that customers do not just be attracted for their models. To this must be added that are not present in all countries of the European Union and therefore its volume sales are severely restricted in our continent.

United Kingdom is one of the few markets in which it is present, however, it seems that the previous clients of the firm have given him a warm welcome. However there are those that say that MG is working very hard so that their cars are just as robust and reliable as any of the competition. As proof of this, is that your mid-size SUV, the GS, has been put to the test in the crash test of ANCAP and has managed to get four very deserving stars.

MG GS Crash Test

like EuroNCAP, NHTSA or LatinNCAP, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) is responsible for test and to validate the security of the cars that are put to sale on the big island. More than one will be able to say that what you have to see the MG GS and ANCAP if the model is not sold in Spain or Europe in large print runs, but I think it has much importance. The reason is to show that the cars of the signature, contrary to what we initially may think, are not insecure to a traffic accident.

score four stars should be, the same as occurs in Europe with EuroNCAP, the lack of wizards of driving assistance such as the emergency braking system in the city (AEB), wizard warning for lane departure or airbag knee for the driver. On the positive side I must say that the car is very safe at the structural level and it incorporates a platform with a coefficient of resistance to twisting and bending very high.

Source – ANCAP