Taking a cue from the success of MG Hector, MG Motor India has launched a 6-seater variant called the MG Hector Plus. Here's our first look review.
In the first six months of the current fiscal, India has imported auto components worth $2 billion from China.
While the upcoming iteration has been spotted several times testing on the Indian roads, fresh spy shots show the interiors clearly.
The success of SAIC's Hector SUV this year helped Indian consumers change their perception of Chinese automobiles, providing a strong launchpad for Great Wall and Changan.
The MG Hector is the first connected SUV launched in India and MG Motors will soon launch an all-electric SUV, the ZS EV, in the country in December.
The mobile showroom, a 45-feet trailer, showcases the Hector and offers a similar experience like other MG showrooms across the country.
MG Hector boasts of many first-in-class features like a 360-degree camera, front parking sensors, internet, AI-based online navigation and voice recognition, TPMS and more.
While the stock car is a potent one with all the creature comfort and apt off-roading abilities, a render from Yogi Swjwal Design has further accentuated its tough-terrain performance.
Called India's first Internet Car, MG HECTOR has crossed 38,000 unit bookings till October 2019.
Starting today, customers of MG Hector's Smart & Sharp variants will receive a notification on their touchscreen display to download the latest software update.
Hema Malini said she liked the MG Hector and wanted a car with a "little height" since she likes to sit upright and look out while travelling.
At a starting price of Rs 12.18 lakh, the Hector undercuts the Harrier by almost Rs 80,000 and the Jeep Compass by almost Rs 3.5 lakh.
The points can be redeemed for MG’s range of Genuine Accessories and/or prepaid maintenance packages while receiving delivery for the Hector, this year.
The Kia Seltos undercuts the MG Hector by almost Rs 2.5 lakh. Just as MG Hector marked its foray into the premiums SUV segment, we can only wait to see how the competition shapes up in the near future.
While the MG Hector is a typical urban SUV, a rendering imagines it as a more rugged off-road machine.
In July 2019, MG sold 1508 models of the Hector outselling the Mahindra which sold just 1116 model of the XUV500 in the same month.
In July 2019, MG sold a whopping 1,508 models of the Hector while Tata and Jeep managed to clock sales of just 740 and 590 for their models respectively.
With the ZS EV, MG hopes to replicate its dream run with the Hector SUV sales in a price-sensitive Indian market.
After receiving close to 28,000 bookings for the Hector MG Motor India has temporarily stopped bookings for the SUV. The date of the re-opening of bookings will be announced soon.
The top 2 variants – Smart & Sharp – have registered the highest demand, with over 50% reservations for the petrol variants.