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MG Hector: City Wise Dealership List of MG Motor in India

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MG will start its innings with 63 dealerships spread across 50 major cities of the country.

The long-awaited MG Hector will finally go on sale in the country later this month. MG Motor has also started accepting pre-bookings for the Hector SUV. Interested buyers can pre-book the SUV online at MG Motor website or visiting dealership by paying a token amount of Rs 50,000.

MG will start its innings with 63 dealerships spread across 50 major cities of the country. The company currently has 120 touch points (Sales + Service) network, which will be increased to 250 by the end of September 2019. The company has also shared the complete list of dealerships in the country and here is the list –

StateDealers
HaryanaMG Faridabad, MG Gurgaon Metropolis, MG Gurgaon Flagship Showroom, MG Karnal
Uttar PradeshMG Noida, MG Ghaziabad, MG Agra, MG Lucknow Faizabad, MG Lucknow Hazaratgunj, MG Kanpur, MG Varanasi
DelhiMG Lajpat Nagar, MG Delhi West Rohini, MG Patpargarnj, MG Delhi South Safdarjung, MG Delhi West Shivaji Marg
OrissaMG Bhubaneswar
West BengalMG Kolkata North, MG Kolkata South
JharkhandMG Ranchi
BiharMG Patna
PunjabMG Ludhiana, MG Jalandhar
RajasthanMG Udaipur, MG Jodhpur, MG Jaipur-Ajmer Road, MG Jaipur Tonk Road
UttarakhandMG Dehradun
ChandigarhMG Mohali, MG Tricity
J&KMG Jammu
KarnatakaMG Mysore, MG Bengaluru Chord Road, MG Bengaluru ORR, MG Bengaluru JP Nagar, MG Bengaluru Kalyan Nagar, MG Bengaluru Electronic City
KeralaMG Cochin, MG Thrissur, MG Calicut
TelanganaMG Hyderabad Gachibowli, MG Hyderbad Banjara Hills
Tamil NaduMG Chennai OMR, MG Chennai Anasalai
MaharashtraMG Mumbai West, MG Navi Mumbai, MG Mumbai Malad, MG Thane, MG Mumbai South, MG Pune Wakad, MG Pune Bund Garden, MG Nagpur, MG Aurangabad, MG Kolhapur
ChattisgarhMG Raipur
GujaratMG Ahmedabad Naroda, MG Ahmedabad SG Highway, MG Surat, MG Vadodara, MG Rajkot
GoaMG Goa
Madhya PradeshMG Indore, MG Bhopal

The MG Hector SUV will be available with 3 engine options – a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol, a Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre diesel and a 1.5-litre petrol-hybrid. While the gasoline unit is good for 141bhp and 250Nm of torque, the oil burner produces 170bhp and 350Nm of torque. The Hector’s hybrid unit comprise of a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine coupled to a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. This system provides additional 20Nm of torque at low-speeds to reduce turbo lag and improves driving experience in traffic situations.

Video – MG Hector First Look

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