The 2022 MG ZS EV hits Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and everywhere else.

The new ZS EV will take you further, and for longer. A larger new 51kWh lithium iron phosphate battery pack, more range and a great price. It’s an EV in high demand Australia wide.

The ZS EV now has the capability of traveling up to 320km* on a single full charge. The 400km plus long range model is still yet to arrive for Australia. But never the less MG ZS EV appears to be the best value EV we can find available on the Australian market. 2020-2021 saw the previous model MG ZS dominate Sydney roads as the second fastest selling EV in the country. 2022 looks to be another record year for the ZS EV.

There’s a choice of two variants, the Excite from $46,990 and the Essence from $49,990 drive away.

Here are the essential charging components you’ll need to charge your new MG ZS EV.

Type 2 Portable Charger also known as a Portable EV Charger, which most EVs come standard with. Drivers don’t realise, they’ll need more than just one. The reason is you’ll need one to leave at home and another for emergencies on the road. It enables new generation EVs sold in Australia Portable Charging on standard 240V outlets found almost anywhere 25+ million we estimate.

Type 2 Charging Cable or some call it Mennekes IEC 62196 (which won’t come standard with your EV). The Charge Cable enables EV drivers to charge on AC Type 2 Charging Stations that range from 7Kwh to 22Kwh charging speeds. A Type 2 Charge Cable is the most important tool for owning an EV and you’ll need it to charge at most charging locations.

Lastly a Type 1 to Type 2 Adapter, also known as SAE J1772 to IEC 62196. It’s a very underrated and very handy thing to have in you’re in bit of a charging pickle. The reason being is after your first few months owning an EV you’ll encounter your first “charging queue”. EV drivers have to wait for someone else to finish charging their EV, before being able to charge. In this situation, you have no choice but to just wait sometimes hrs or risk it and drive on to the next Charging Station (if you make it). However…. There’s such a thing as a Type 1 Charging Station, which are basically left alone or abandoned in carparks next to busy Type 2 Charging Stations. Type 1 Charging Stations were the old EV Charging Socket type, but have since being phased out in new EVs sold in Australia. However the are plenty of these old stations left unused. Hence the Type 1 to Type 2 Adapter. Which quite literally lets you JUMP THE QUEUE and use the older and vacant Type 1 Charging Station!

Browse our Type 1 and Type 2 EV chargers and other products today and keep an eye out for our EV charging facilities located all throughout Australia. We and the planet thank you for your choice to use an electric vehicle and we wish you safe travels throughout the country.

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