The Mahindra Scorpio N might be well-equipped but there are a few areas where it falls short compared to the MG Hector.
Here is a list of 5 features that you would find on the MG Hector but not on the newly launched Mahindra Scorpio N. With the pricing of the new Scorpio, it will invariably face stiff competition from Hector. Hence, it is only natural to highlight the differences between the two. If you want a detailed comparison, we have it on our website as well. For now, let us glance through these 5 features that give Hector a slight edge.
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5 Features On Hector Missing On Scorpio
- Petrol Hybrid Engine: The Hector comes with a 1.5-litre turbo petrol hybrid engine with a 48V setup which boosts the mileage significantly. The claimed mileage of the Hector is around 15.8 km/l. The turbo-petrol mStallion engines from Mahindra are infamous for low fuel efficiency. With the current fuel prices, this could be a major difference.
- Panoramic Sunroof: While the Scorpio N comes with a regular sunroof, the Hector takes things a step forward with a large dual-pane panoramic sunroof that is operable via voice commands. For all the sunroof lovers out there, you know which one will you pick.
- Ventilated & Electric Front Seats: Both front seats of the Hector are electrically adjusted (driver’s – 6-way & passenger’s – 4-way adjustable) and ventilated which could be a boon in the scorching summer heat. The Scorpio gets a powered driver’s seat and no ventilation function.
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- 10.8-inch Portrait-Style Infotainment System: The MG Hector offers large infotainment with upright positioning with connected car tech function and voice commands. The Scorpio N has a much smaller display but has AdrenoX Operating System that we have seen on the XUV700 as well.
- Electrically-Operated Tailgate: The Hector gets an electrically operated tailgate which is a great convenience for the users. On the other hand, the Scorpio N still continues to have a manual side-opening tailgate which is a bit weird since there is no option for the side-facing seats in the third row. Therefore, you always need to take care of that while parking in tight spaces.
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These are the 5 main features that you would get on the MG Hector and not on the Mahindra Scorpio N. Also, there is an updated version of the Hector on the horizon which will be even more feature-laden.