MG Motors also offers driving the cause of girl child education, the rewards initiative brings delight to our HECTOR customers as they take deliveries.
MG Motors made their debut with the Hector and closed the booking soon after it reached 28,000. Now the British manufacturers are giving out a scheme to customers who are waiting to get their hands on the MG Hector and providing them with reward points.
Called as the ‘Worth Waiting For’ programme, it is an initiative is essentially a programme that reward buyers the longer they have to wait for their car to be delivered.
MG Motors provide these reward points for the Hector and customers will additionally gain 1,000 points every week. This means if your waiting time is 12 weeks then you earn a total of 12,000 reward points.
The advantage of these points is that they can be redeemed for MG’s range of genuine accessories or for the prepaid maintenance package. MG HECTOR’s accessories are available across its 120 centres in India and come with a warranty of one year/20,000 kilometres.
Apart from this scheme, announced its partnership with IIMPACT NGO to educate one girl child for every two weeks’ waiting period on the Hector.
Commenting on the Worth Waiting For initiative, Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “As part of our commitment to customer satisfaction, our ‘Worth Waiting For’ programme has been further augmented with a unique rewards initiative. Apart from driving the cause of girl child education, the rewards initiative brings delight to our HECTOR customers as they take deliveries.”
This new programme is an initiative of the brand to lure their existing customers who don’t shift their focus to the recently launched Kia Seltos.
Talking more about the Hector then it gives some first in segment features like all-four disc brakes, front and rear parking sensors, 360-degree camera, full LED lighting, front powered adjustable seats and more.
The mid-size SUV gets a large 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment unit which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The unit also gets i-SMART technology which offers access to over 90+ connected features. Commands like setting HVAC Controls, Opening/closing windows, operating the sunroof and much more.
MG Hector competes with the likes of Mahindra XUV500, Tata Harrier, Jeep Compass, Hyundai Creta and the recently launched Kia Seltos. The base trim for MG Hector stands at 12.18 lakh and goes up to Rs16.88 lakh for the higher-spec (ex-showroom, Delhi).