The Hector is MG Motors’s first product in India and going by sales number, we can say that the auto manufacturer has started off with flying colour. The mid-segment SUV directly rivals the likes of the Tata Harrier, XUV500, and Tata Hexa among others in the segment abd is currently the best selling vehicle in its segment. Due to high demands though, the waiting period of the Hector has gone up considerably and MG has just reopened the booking for the SUV. So if you are interested in the Hector but are shelving your plans due to the high waiting periods, here is a great deal for you. This white MG Hector featured here can be had yours almost instantly for a sun of Rs. 19.25 lakhs. Also, the asking price of this one is a bit lower than that of the same model when bought new.
As apparent by the images here, this is the top end Sharp diesel variant of the Hector that comes loaded to gills with feautures and extras. This one is up for sale in Jalandhar, Punjab, and has covered around 12,000 km till date, staying with its first owner all along. The on-road price of the MG Hector Sharp diesel in Jalandhar is Rs. 19.44 lakhs, which makes this one cheaper by around Rs. 20,000.
However, the bigger deal here is that you get the car right after you pay for it and hence don’t have to wait for months to get your hands on it, which would be the case with a new Hector. You also get an insurance on this car that is valid up to 2022 and that is an added bonus for sure. Lastly, since this is an almost new vehicle, the new owner will get all the benefits like labour-free service for the first three years, no Internet charges for the first five years and manufacturer-backed warranty too.
The MG Hector has the biggest footprint in the segment and offers oodles of space inside the cabin. Being the top end variant, this one comes with features like panoramic sunroof, 10.8 inch touchscreen infotainment system, voice commands, 360 degree camera, powered tailgate, ambient lights, cruise control system, 6 airbags, and four-disc brakes among others.
Powering this Hector is a 2.0-litre Multijet engine sourced from Fiat. The same engine also powers vehicles like Tata Harrier and Jeep Compass in the Indian market, though the Harrier gets a lower tuned version. In the Hector, this engine produces a maximum power of 170 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. It gets a six-speed manual transmission. As for the mileage, it is pegged at 17.42 km/l