With thousands of local junior football and rugby clubs opening their gates this month for the new season, families may be feeling the squeeze on car space, given the need to take on kit bags, balls and other sporting paraphernalia.
However, help is at hand for sports-mad families in the form of the MG GS, the all-new SUV from MG. The stylish vehicle, which retails from just £14,995, perfectly blends practicality with style, creating a fun and affordable car designed with family life in mind.
Available in a range of six stunning colours, the GS is perfect for taking children to afterschool clubs and weekend fixtures, whatever the weather! With space for five - and generous headroom and legroom - the GS is the ideal way to transport budding athletes to and from games. What’s more, with 483 litres of boot space, it has more than enough room for all that kit and equipment.
Junior league sports can be a messy business, so the GS comes with a range of easy-to-clean rubber mats for the front, rear and boot. Starting at just £30.00, these handy accessories protect the car’s interior from dirt and water, meaning the car remains in showroom condition – no matter how muddy the athlete inside it!
The MG GS range is available for test drive via MG’s growing national dealer network - http://mg.co.uk/dealers/. Making the ownership experience even more attractive, the GS is currently available with the following offers:
• An £850 deposit contribution on MG Personal Contract Purchase
• 0% APR representative finance, available up to five years with a minimum 20% deposit
• A five year or 80,000 mile (whichever occurs first) manufacturer parts and labour warranty
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