MG Motors has reshuffled the lineup for Hector. As per reports, the Super variant is no longer available with the SUV. And thus, there are now a total of four variants of the Hector. These are Style, Shine, Smart and Sharp. Meanwhile, MG recently introduced the Shine variant to celebrate Hector’s two years in the country.
The now-discontinued Super trim was available for both petrol and diesel powertrain but was only available with manual gearbox option. Some of the key features included in this variant were a 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system, keyless entry, cruise control, rear AC vents, LED headlamp and tail lamps. In the safety department, the SUV came with front and rear parking sensors, dual front airbags, reverse parking camera, traction control, ABS, EBD and ESO.
Shine Variant Is Now The Second To Base Trim
After the discontinuation of the Super trim, the newly introduced Style trim is the second to the base trim. Moreover, Style trim is better equipped, making it cost about INR 55,000 more than the Super. A few highlighting features include chrome finished door handles, keyless entry, electric parking brake, push-button start/stop and more. The SUV also gets a single-pane sunroof and telescopic steering wheel adjustment as well. When compared to the base Style trim, the Shine is about INR 1 lakh costlier.
MG Readies Itself For The Launch Of Astor
The much-awaited Astor is here. We know all the details of the SUV, its features, the exterior profile and almost everything. But, the most important information is still missing. Yes, MG has not yet officially announced the price of the Astor and will happen sometime in the first week of October. But, as of now, the car looks quite promising. Most importantly, these equipped features of the Astor will attract a healthy number of customers to the showrooms. If MG can get the price tag right, which is being reported that MG is looking to put on a very aggressive price tag, Astor can be a game-changer in the segment.