πŸ’₯ First MG Hector Crash with Mercedes Car | Exposed Build Quality | Kia Seltos is Better?

πŸ’₯ First MG Hector Crash with Mercedes Car | Exposed Build Quality | Kia Seltos is Better?


Hello Brothers, I am Arun Panwar The Hector is Chinese-owned British carmaker Morris Garages’ first stab at the Indian market and it sure has some interesting ingredients An eye catching design, massive proportions and new-age tech make it a well-rounded package that should definitely be on the radar of prospective mid-size SUV owners Though truly a rival for the Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500 and Jeep Compass in terms of its sheer size, keen pricing has also placed it precariously close to the likes of the Hyundai Creta MG Hector engine choices include a petrol-manual, a petrol-automatic and a diesel-manual There is also the option of mild-hybrid technology on the petrol-manual powertrain MG Hector crashed with the Mercedes Benz Airbags deployed in the accident Seven seat and BS6 emission norms-compliant versions of the Hector are on the way as wel Of the other talking points, there’s an industry first 5 year/unlimited km warranty. The MG Hector pretty much outsizes everything in its class. Its length and wheelbase are the largest amongst its rivals, though the narrow girth and excessive rear overhang do throw proportions off a bit The 17-inch wheels also look a size too small. A generous use of chrome means the Hector is big on bling and elements like the split LED DRLs and headlamps set up ensure the MG grabs attention The MG’s cabin is simply cavernous and there is space aplenty for five passengers and their luggage Range-topping versions get a massive panoramic sunroof that only adds to the airy feel in the interior The much talked about 10.4-inch touchscreen that comes armed with connectivity tech is the focal point on the dashboard. Material quality is largely good but you will find some less special bits in the Hector interior as well. The Hector’s ride quality is fairly good at town speeds, but up the pace, and you’ll get a fair bit of body movement on undulating surfaces Thanks for watching Plz subscribe