MG Hector Sales Beat Tata Harrier and Jeep Compass - TyreCafe

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MG Hector Sales has successfully beaten the sale depreciation that has caused a major setback in the automobile industry.


Morris Garages (MG) motors, owned by Chinese giant SAIC, has proclaimed the sale of 6134 of Hector in a time span of three months from June to September period in 2019 with the sale of 2608 units of SUV in September itself. It has successfully surpassed the popularity of its counterparts like Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV 500 and Jeep Compass.

MG Hector Sales has successfully beaten the sale depreciation that has caused a major setback in the automobile industry. It has succeeded on the monthly basis with a steady graph and one of the many reasons for its unbeatable success was the sense of newness, new-age technology and outstanding features that have attracted customers in large number. However, the similar forces have not worked for its counterparts like Harrier that sold only 4363 units since it’s launch in January 2019.

The company will start it’s second shift bookings from November after the increased supply in local as well as global level. There will be a price hike of 2.5 per cent in the cars depending on the variants except for the pre-booked cars. It is also planning on decreasing the waiting period and having a stock of 3000 units beforehand. Some of the most remarkable features of MG Hector are remote car operation, touch screen systems, LED headlights, AI-based online navigation, 360-degree camera, panoramic sunproofing, etc. Safety features include front and rear disc brakes with standard features for all variants like hill hold stability, ESP, TCS, etc.

It comes in both diesel as well as petrol variants. The diesel variant has 170 ho and torque of 350Nm like that of Harrier with 6-speed manual transmission. The car is also available in 48v mild-hybrid technology that successfully adds to the existing torque of the car by 20Nm.


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