With this new incentive, MG5 is the C-class sedan with the lowest price on the market.
After the VND 25 million (US$ 1,000) promotion program in early November, up to now, the selling price of the manual transmission MG5 has continually dropped.
Accordingly, an agent in Hanoi said that the selling price of the MT version decreased from VND 399 million to VND 350 million. This promotion program only applies to 1 version and only lasts from November 20 to November 30.
According to the dealership's consultant, this is the dealership's move to boost year-end sales. With VND 350 million, the selling price of MG5 is now as cheap as the manual version of A-class models such as Hyundai Grand i10 MT Standard (VND 360 million) or Kia Morning MT (VND 349 million).
Although it belongs to the C-class sedan segment, the newly launched MG5 targets customers in the transportation service business - where B-class sedans dominate.
With this promotion, MG Vietnam's newly launched car model puts a lot of pressure on not only B-class cars but even A-class cars. This will be a spacious and cheap car choice for service businesses. service.