Launched earlier this year MG’s first model Hector had instantly turned out to be a huge success. It is a great looking SUV which is feature loaded and comes with a host of connectivity features. It competes with cars like Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500 in the segment. The demand for Hector was so popular that MG even had to stop taking bookings for some time. Even now the waiting period for the SUV is too much. Depending upon the variant you choose and the city you are from, waiting period ranges from a few weeks to 6 months. Hector is already a common sight on our roads and some are also available in the used car market. If you are planning to buy a Hector and are not interested in the long waiting period, then this is your best option.
The Hector is the advertisement is from Delhi. The black colour Hector looks in great condition and is the top-end sharp trim. This is a diesel variant which comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox. From the images car looks scratchless and is nearly new. As per the advertisement the car has only done 3,000 km on the odo which means it is as great as a new vehicle.
As this is the top end variant it comes with all the features like the Tesla screen, voice assistant, connected features, Panoramic sunroof, infinity speakers, 360 degree camera. The advertisement does not mention the exact reason for sale. The asking price for this Hector is Rs 20 lakh. interested people can contact the seller directly by clicking here. Coming to the engine part, this Hector is powered by a 2.0 liter turbocharged diesel engine which produces a maximum of 170 PS of power and peak torque of 350 Nm.
MG Hector is available in both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol hector gets powered by a 1.5 litre turbocharged engine, which is available with two gearbox options: a 6 speed manual and a 6 speed twin clutch automatic. This petrol engine is also available in mild hybrid trim, which is offered only with the manual gearbox.
The petrol engine makes 140 Bhp of peak power and 250 Nm of peak torque. It’s best driven sedately as it’s known to return low fuel efficiency numbers when pushed hard, which is typical of small turbo petrol engines. Early next year, MG Motor will launch the BS6 compliant version of the Hector. The SUV will also get a 6 seat variant, which will be more luxurious and priced above the current 5 seater.