Thanks for that. Worth trying. One question though - is the Kia not front wheel drive? That could make a difference.My experience with the CrossClimate2 on a KIA Stonic was that they needed less pressure than the OE tyres in return giving much better economy.
I think this was due to a more even pressure distribution especially with the camber set up on the rears.
My guess is thar something similar might be true for the mg4. But YMMV
Hence why I said ‘might’.
Anyone else have experience of this?