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MG delivers 100th Hector in Goa

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MG motors is another automaker who has witnessed overwhelming response in the Indian market. The response was so phenomenal that MG had even to shut the doors to accepting bookings in order to cater to the huge backlog that wasn’t showing signs of stopping anytime soon.

However the second round has seen around 8,000+ fresh bookings make it to the order books. Earlier MG recorded a staggering 28,000 bookings for the Hector from across the country. It has also been stated that almost 300 bookings have been received in Goa since launch and 112+ bookings in the second round according to the dealer.

The Hector also commands a waiting period of almost 6 months depending on the variant, while in Goa it commands waiting period of 2 -3 months trim level wise. The MG Hector is built at the company’s plant in Halol Gujarat that has an installed capacity of 84,000 units that could be expanded in the future.

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Priority AutoLincs the dealer partner for MG motors in Goa also recently delivered the 100th Hector from its dealership. Mr Deepak Humsakar was the lucky customer who took the delivery in presence of the Director of Group Priority, Mr Swapneel Nachinolcar and Mr Gaurish Sakhardande Chief Executive Officer

Badged as the Internet Car, the Hector is sold in four trims – Style, Super, Smart and Sharp and 5 exterior paint schemes – Starry black, Glaze red, Candy white, Aurora silver and Burgundy red metallic. The Hector also comes powered by a range of engines including a 143bhp 1.5 petrol, a 141bhp 1.5 petrol hybrid and a 170bhp 2.0 litre diesel, meanwhile transmission options include a 6-speed manual and a DCT gearbox too.

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MG has also recently released the first over the air update for the SUV’s famed 10.24 inch touchscreen infortainment system. The updates brought the much needed Apple CarPlay to the Hector’s system, thus allowing IOS users an easy access and connectivity to the system. This update however doesn’t require its owners to bring their car to the MG showroom or service centre as it can be easily downloaded through the embedded sim technology.

Competition for the MG Hector comes from the Tata Harrier, Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV500 and Kia Seltos.

Prices for the Hector (post 50% GST tax cut)VariantEx showroomOn Road GoaHector style petrol MTRs 12,48,000Rs 14,16,981Hector super petrol MTRs 13,28,000Rs 15,04,588Hector super petrol hybrid MTRs 13,88,000Rs 15,70,293Hector smart petrol hybrid MTRs 14,98,000Rs 16,90,751Hector sharp petrol hybrid MTRs 16,28,000Rs 18,49,493Hector smart petrol DCTRs 15,68,000Rs 17,83,089Hector sharp petrol DCTRs 17,18,000Rs 19,48,851Hector style diesel MTRs 13,48,000Rs 15,45,767Hector super diesel MTRs 14,48,000Rs 16,55,125Hector smart diesel MTRs 15,88,000Rs 18,24,753Hector sharp diesel MTRs 17,28,000Rs 19,79,633

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