Premium Chevrolet Captiva awaits market debutJune 15, 2020
The new premium MG Hector Plus crossover, often referred to as the Chevrolet Captiva’s luxury counterpart, has entered the pre-sales phase. The novelty is already available for order at dealers of the brand in India.
Crossover MG Hector Plus, which is a complete analogue of the new Chevrolet Captiva, can be ordered at Indian car dealerships. The preliminary price tag for the new product starts at 1,350,000 rupees. A new SUV is being produced at the former GM factory in the Indian city of Halol.
The six-seat MG Hector Plus receives separate captain’s seats in the second row, and under its hood is a 1.5-liter turbo engine for 150 “horses”, combined with a 48-volt starter-generator. The two-liter 170-horsepower diesel engine also entered the engine line of the novelty. The gasoline engine works in tandem with a 6-speed “mechanics” or “robot”, for a diesel engine only a manual transmission is declared. About all-wheel drive is not even a surcharge.
The cross is richly equipped: modern multimedia with a large touchscreen, leather-trimmed seats, adaptive cruise control, able to follow traffic signs, a system for monitoring “blind” zones, 19-inch alloy wheels and much more.
Meanwhile, it became known that Volkswagen began selling two large pickups. Two long-wheelbase versions of the Amarok pickup with indexes XL and XXL entered the Australian market.
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