Chevrolet Captiva 2019 has luxury counterparts already at dealersJune 2, 2019
The new Chevrolet Captiva crossover has a luxurious “copy”. And if the first SUV has not yet appeared on sale, then the second from the MG brand can already be found in car dealerships.
The MG brand, owned by the Chinese auto giant SAIC, launched its new premium crossover MG Hector about three weeks ago. This model is called the luxury analogue of the new generation Chevrolet Captiva. The first MG Hector test Indian motorists. Receiving orders for a novelty in this country will start on June 4th. Local motorists will be offered Hector with a five- or seven-seat cabin.
In the movement of this luxury crossover leads 150-horsepower turbo engine and a half liters or two-liter diesel FCA Multijet II with a capacity of 170 horsepower. The first engine works in tandem with a six-speed “mechanics” or “robot”, the second – only with manual transmission. The system of a full drive of this model is not put. Over time, customers will be offered a hybrid MG Hector. The novelty is on the conveyor of the former General Motors plant in the Indian city of Halol.
According to preliminary information, the cost of MG Hector will vary from 1.5 to 2.0 million rupees
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