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The wait for MG Motor's first SUV for India, the Hector, is set to end soon. As we already know, the Wuling Almaz for the Indonesian market (sold as the Baojun 530 in China) will arrive in India as the Hector SUV. The Almaz was just revealed in Indonesia and here's the features it comes with:

  • 10.4-inch touchscreen 
  • AC controller, vehicle setting in screen, 
  • Dashboard with soft touch material 
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System , 
  • 360-degree camera.  
  • Bluetooth, and Wuling Link, 
  •  Steering-mounted audio controls 
  • 6-way electric seat adjust. 
  • Infinity by Harman audio system with 4 speakers, 4 tweeters , and a subwoofer 
  • Passive keyless entry with the start stop button
  • Electronic parking brake with auto vehicle hold
  • Cruise control. 
  •  ABS, EBD, and BA, and four-wheel disc brakes.
  •  LED lights with projector
  •  17-inch dual tone alloy wheels 
  • A sunroof measuring 0.27 meters 
  • A panoramic sunroof measuring 0.82 meters. 
  • Shark fin antenna 
  • A rear spoiler

Also came across a pretty cool video showing the massive 10.4-inch touchscreen in action

 

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Images of the MG Hector completely undisguised have surfaced online. The images show a close-to-production version of the Hector, which was caught during the filming of the commercial in the UK. Actor Benedict Cumberbatch was seen driving the SUV on set of the commercial.

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Official images of the MG Hector SUV have been released completely undisguised. The images show-off the exterior and the infotainment screen. You can read more about the Hector in the link below. 

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The upcoming MG Hector has been spied completely undesguised in white this time around. Check it out in the images below.

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Here is a video showcasing the interiors of the upcoming MG Hector. The video has been taken from the rear seat and shows off the dashboard, sunroof, instrument cluster and rear AC vents among other things. What do you guys think of the interiors of the Hector?

 

 

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MG India has officially released a video of its upcoming Hector SUV getting assembled and rolling off the production line. We also see the Hector undergo testing in various weather conditions. What do you guys think of the production version of the MG Hector? 

See the full video - 

 

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The MG Hector has just been launched in India at a starting price of Rs12.18 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)for the base Style variant and going up to Rs16.88 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the top-end diesel Sharp trim. The Hector comes in four trim-levels and three engine options. What do you all think of the MG Hector's pricing?

You can read more about it here - 

https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/mg-hector-launched-at-rs-1218-lakh-413251

https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/mg-hector-price-variants-explained-413247

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MG has ticked all the right boxes. Price, Features, Panoramic Sunroof, Connected Car Tech, Loads of Chrome (very tastefully done), punchy engines with hybrid and DCT gearbox. One thing missing is enthusiastic driving experience. But how many actually want that in India? Very few. So MG has gone with the trend to provide plush and superior experience rather than for people who love handling while driving

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