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MG Hector (2019): This SUV is set to conquer India

MG Hector (2019)
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M With a length of 4.66 meters, a width of 1.84 meters and a height of 1.76 meters, the MG Hector is larger than its competitors Jeep Compass or Tata Harrier. Its ground clearance is 19.2 centimeters and its wheelbase is 2.75 meters. The SUV, on wheels up to 17 inches in size, looks powerful and present thanks to its chrome-plated radiator grille including a large MG emblem. Both front and fog lights and taillights work with LED technology from the super equipment. A reflector connects the two rear lights on the trunk lid, which provides access to the 587 liter luggage compartment.

A total of four equipment variants are available: Style, Super, Smart and Sharp. In the basic configuration, two USB ports, a rear seat that can be divided in a ratio of 60 to 40, a cooled glove compartment and rear parking sensors are installed as standard. The super equipment also includes the 10.4 inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as cruise control and a reversing camera. In the Smart version, the 17-inch series as well as Internet via SIM card plus navigation system and a seven-inch digital speedometer are on board. In addition, there is keyless entry and start as well as an electrically adjustable driver's seat. The Sharp version comes with a rain sensor, sun canopy, electrically adjustable passenger seat, ambient lighting in eight colors and a 360 degree camera to the customer.

With its wheelbase of 2.75 meters, the SUV is quite impressive.

Two Engines plus a 48 V mild hybrid version

On the drive side, there is a choice of diesel and two petrol variants. The two-liter four-cylinder diesel engine from Fiat has an output of 172 hp and a maximum of 350 Newton meters. It is shifted manually via a six-speed gearbox. Consumption should be around 5.7 liters per 100 kilometersbe. The four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine comes with 145 hp and 250 Newton meters. Here the customer can choose whether he would like to shift manually within the six-speed gearbox or leave the work to a six-speed dual clutch gearbox. Consumption is 7.1 liters per 100 kilometers. The gasoline variant is also available as a 48 V mild hybrid and manual six-speed transmission. Your advantage: 20 Newton meters more (270 Nm) and a fuel saving of twelve percent.

The price list for petrol models starts at 19,125 euros in the basic version and goes up to 24,225 euros for the Sharp version. The diesel starts at 20,400 euros and ends at 25,500 euros. Whether the GM Hector will ever come to Germany has not been communicated.


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