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MG MG5 EV information

Are you thinking of getting a used electric car? Look no further than the MG MG5 EV - an excellent choice! In total, there are 278 used MG MG5 EVs for sale on AutoUncle in the UK compiled from multiple dealership websites and online marketplaces, which means you get almost a total view of all available used MG MG5 EV for sale in the nation.

How much is a pre-owned MG MG5 EV worth?

The pricing range for a used MG MG5 EV model at AutoUncle will accommodate a wide range of budgetary requirements. The listed prices for these pre-owned vehicles presently start as low as £13,400 and extend up to £30,940.

There exist four main factors that affect what a used MG MG5 EV costs: what year the model is from, fuel economy of the car, how far the car has travelled as well as equipment.

As an example, a newer model with fewer miles covered, or a high-end version boasting a potent engine, often fetches a top-tier price.

MG MG5 EV equipment variant

The MG MG5 EV presents a wide variety of trim configurations to cater to different driving tastes and requirements. The most popular ones are:

The adoption of electric cars is increasing rapidly

The surge in popularity of electric vehicles in the UK is a result of their sustainability benefits, fuel and upkeep costs, and governmental measures targeting carbon emission reduction, which encompass incentives for buyers of these cars. The utilisation of electric vehicles such as the MG MG5 EV is key in progressing towards more sustainable and eco-friendly transport options.

You can find AutoUncle's collection of electric vehicles here

Positive aspects of selecting a used electric car

There are plenty of advantages in acquiring a used electric vehicle. Some of the rewards of choosing a previously owned electric car is:

  1. Lower purchase price: Used electric cars are generally cheaper than new ones. This more economical cost broadens the accessibility of EV technology to a greater variety of purchasers.

  2. Environmental impact: Selecting a second-hand EV over a brand-new one additionally lessens environmental impact. Manufacturing a new car, especially the battery, has a significant carbon footprint. Investing in a used car indicates you're not furthering this environmental impact.

  3. Improved battery life: The concern about battery life in EVs has lessened as technology has improved. A considerable number of second-hand EVs still possess a large amount of their battery life, and the cost of replacing batteries is falling.

  4. Performance and technology: Many electric vehicles on the market now deliver striking performance and are fitted with the most modern technology. Cars that aren't the latest models can still provide a sophisticated technological driving experience.

  5. Government incentives: Though it's lesser compared to new electric vehicles, used electric cars might still qualify for government subsidies, examples being reduced vehicle tax and eligibility for low-emission zones.

The MG MG5 EV is limited to the stationcar body type

In the UK, the MG MG5 EV is exclusively offered in the stationcar body style. Estates, also known as station wagons, are popular in the UK market because they combine excellent driving capabilities with space. These features make stations wagons, SUVs and MPVs particularly popular with active families.

Silver is the colour of choice for most people

You can get the MG MG5 EV in the following shades: silver, black, blue, white, grey and red.

AutoUncle currently offers a selection of 61 MG MG5 EV models available in the silver colour option for you to explore and choose from. The second most popular colour is black with 44 cars available, and the third one is blue with 42 cars available.

Positive and negative aspects of the colour silver

Silver is a great choice because it hides dirt and mud well, which means that it doesn’t require as much washing and cleaning. In addition, silver cars may have better resale value, as they appeal to a broad range of buyers due to their neutral and timeless colour. One disadvantage of having a silver-coloured car is its prevalence, which makes it less unique and more challenging to find in busy areas such as parking lots.

Widely chosen substitutes for the MG MG5 EV

There exist various similar cars to the MG MG5 EV, and among the most popular alternatives to the MG MG5 EV you will find the following cars.

Alternative cars to the MG MG5 EV

  • Ford Focus
  • Vauxhall Corsa
  • VW Golf VII

The Ford Focus emerges as the foremost choice when seeking an exceptional alternative to the MG MG5 EV. There are 8,467 of this car for sale in the UK right now and the average selling price is £9,990.

The Vauxhall Corsa emerges as a significant contender in the segment, boasting an inventory of 7,288 vehicles presently up for sale on AutoUncle with an average sales price of £7,998. The VW Golf VII is the third best alternative. There are currently 5,112 of this car for sale in the UK with an average sales price of £14,490. .

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