The mid-size SUV has been booked out for 2019 and it competes with the likes of Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500 and the recently launched Kia Seltos.
MG Motors made debut with the Hector and since its launch, the SUV has been well received, such that the manufacturers closed the bookings at 28,000. The big SUV follows an old school design with some modern touches like the split headlight design and features and technologies inside.
MG Hector accessories include for both interiors and exteriors. Recently, the brand also promoted the rewards point scheme for customers waiting for their SUV. For every week customers wait for the delivery, they will be rewarded with 100 points which can be used to buy the accessories or for the maintenance.
MG Hector Exteriors Accessories
|Chrome ORVM Garnish
|Chrome door handle garnish
|Chrome wind deflectors
|Chrome headlight garnish
|Chrome taillight garnish
|Chrome window frame kit garnish
|Chrome grille surround
|Car coat hanger
|Car mobile charger
|Non-illuminated skid plate
|Steering wheel cover
|Seat covers (not for Sharp and Smart trims)
|Air valve caps
|Gear lock (not for automatic trims)
|Roof carrier (not for Sharp trim)
|All-in-one emergency kit
MG Motors is available in a total of three engine options – petrol, petrol hybrid and a diesel engine. The diesel engine is FCA sourced, the same as in Jeep Compass and Tata Harrier. It churns out a total of 170 bhp with 350 Nm of peak torque and gets mated to 6-speed manual transmission.
The 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol motor generates 143 bhp with a healthy torque of 250 Nm. In this spec, it offers a choice of 6-speed manual transmission of a 6-speed DCT. The 48V hybrid turbocharged petrol motor produces 143 bhp and 250 Nm but offers a 12% more fuel economy than the regular petrol trim which stands at 15.81 kmpl. The ARAI certified fuel efficiency for diesel comes out at 17.41 kmpl and that for petrol it comes around 14.16 kmpl.