The Cheapest Luxury SUV – MG Hector
MG Hector, launched by MG Motors is its first car. The price at which the Hector has been launched has triggered uneasiness among many car companies in that segment. MG has launched this car at a price of 12.18 lakhs, while Hector has received more than 10 thousand bookings so far. Hector competes with Harrier, Compass, XUV500 and Creta. So, if you desire to buy an SUV, then definitely compare the prices of all these once.
Based on the Baojun 530 , The Cheapest Luxury SUV – MG Hector is the first internet-connected 5G SUV in its segment. Hector’s booking started earlier this month and it can be booked by paying just 50 thousand. The company itself says that the bookings of Hector have reached above 10 thousand. On the other hand, if you compare it with Tata Harrier, Jeep Compass XUV500 and Creta, then Hector’s base variant is the cheapest.
The petrol variant of the MG Hector is Rs 1 lakh cheaper than the Tata Harrier, while the Harrier has been launched with a diesel engine only. At the same time, the prices of Hector Diesel are around the Tata Harrier. On the Hector, the company will get an unlimited warranty of 5 years, free roadside assistance for 5 years and free labor charges during service for 5 years. The company has launched Hector in 4 variants, that is, Style, Super, Smart and Sharp.
Features of MG Hector
- Length: 4655mm
- Width: 1835mm
- Height: 1760mm
- Wheelbase: 2750mm
- Ground Clearance: 192mm
- Tyre Size: 215/60 R17
- Engine Option: 3
- Colors Available: Candy White, Aurora Silver, Starry Black, Burgundy Red and Glaze Red
While the Hector comes with more than 50 apps, it will get the biggest panoramic sunroof, reclining rear seats, 8 color ambient mood lighting, largest boot and powered tailgate and 360 degrees camera for the first time in this segment.
Talking about the features of the base variants of Hector, then all the variants will get features like ABS, EBD, 4 wheel disc brake, dual front airbags, ORVM LED indicators, halogen projector headlamps and LED DRLs as standard. The exterior will get roof rails, LED indicators, steel wheels, rear spoiler, skid plates at the front and rear.
The interiors will get fabric upholstery, adjustable headrests for all seats, storage space with driver armrest, centre armrest with cupholder and 60:40 split-folding seats and rear seat recline.
In terms of comfort, the Hector will get rear AC vents with manual AC, front and rear USB charging ports, 12V charging port, power-adjustable outside rear view mirrors, tilt-adjustable steering, keyless entry, rear wipers and washers. The base variant of Hector will get a 4-speaker audio system.
Petrol and Diesel Engines; both are available in Hector.
Take a look at its mileage
Petrol MT: 14.16 kmpl
Petrol Hybrid MT: 15.8 kmpl
Petrol AT: 13.96 kmpl
Diesel MT: 17.4 kmpl
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