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MG Hector Crosses 10k Production Milestone, Total Bookings Close To 40K

MG Hector Crosses 10k Production Milestone, Total Bookings Close To 40K
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MG has reopened bookings for Hector after a temporary halt British motoring brand MG Motor has...

MG has reopened bookings for Hector after a temporary halt

  • British motoring brand MG Motor has crossed the 10,000-unit production mark for the Hector at its factory in Halol, Gujarat.

  • The feat was achieved in four months during which period the brand also decided to temporarily stop accepting bookings, to clear the backlog caused by the huge demand for Hector.

  • Total bookings for the MG Hector are now over 38,000 units.

  • MG will ramp up production of the Hector in November, once its global and domestic component suppliers have increased their supply.

Take a look at the press release below for more information on the same.

Press Release

New Delhi: Underlining another milestone in its journey, MG (Morris Garages) Motor India has manufactured 10,000 units of the HECTOR, its debut offering in India, at its Halol manufacturing plant. The landmark has been achieved within just four months of the Hector’s launch in the country.

The carmaker plans to ramp up its production for its second shift beginning in November this year, in line with the increased component supply from its global and local vendors. It has received an overwhelming response for the MG HECTOR with bookings of over 38,000 units.

With the re-opening of bookings, the MG HECTOR has further gained momentum as the most compelling proposition in the SUV-C segment. Our endeavour is to ensure customer satisfaction through timely vehicle deliveries in the coming months,” said Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India.

The carmaker has recently re-opened bookings of the MG HECTOR, India’s first internet car, on September 29, 2019.


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