As of now, MG Motor has received more than 38,000 bookings for the Hector.
MG claims that the Hector’s petrol-manual hybrid variant is capable of returning 15.81kmpl. Let’s put that to the test, shall we?
The MG Hector single-handedly drove the segment growth when most cars witnessed a slump.
The Kia Seltos has been launched at a competitive starting price of Rs 9.69 lakh, making it a threat to stalwarts like the Creta, Hector.
With MG Hector topping the sales, segment sales grow by 18.3 per cent.
MG launched the Hector in June this year and the SUV became a runaway success.
The mid-size SUV from MG has been sold out for the year 2019.
The Mahindra XUV500 and Tata Hexa are readily available in most cities.
Here’s how each variant of the Hector differs visually.
Fancy buying MG’s first SUV for India? Find out which one of its variants make the most sense for you.