MG Gloster review, road test

    Can MG’s new flagship disrupt the body-on-frame seven-seat premium SUV space?

    Published on Oct 23, 2020 06:00:00 AM


    Besides the fact that the twin-turbo engine needs to haul the Gloster’s 2.5-tonne bulk, its sluggish low-speed responses, short gearing, and the constant on- and off-boost driving in the city, resulted in a fuel-efficiency of merely 8.4kpl in our tests. On the highway, the MG cruises a lot more effortlessly, so the motor was spinning at 1,750rpm in eighth gear at 100kph, and returned a modest 10.8kpl.

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