22 June 2019

MG Hector vs Tata Harrier - A comparison study

MG Hector vs Tata Harrier - A comparison study
MG Hector vs Tata Harrier - A comparison study

Is the new MG Hector worth it?  Many wait for Tata Harrier to inquire about the new five-seater Hector SUV.  British or Chinese - confused about Hector's legacy
 MG Hector or Tata Harrier - Who's Who?
 MG is owned by the Chinese auto giant SAIC.  Hectare is based on the Chinese SUV Beijun 530.  But in terms of appearance, Morris Garage's British timbre does not give up.  When Hector goes on sale in India on June 27, those who booked Hector and Combs are looking forward to seeing what the new MG SUV looks like.
MG Hector vs Tata Harrier - A comparison study
MG Hector or Tata Harrier - Who?
 Motor enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the high-tech facilities in Hector.  There is no other model in the range to be described as an Internet car.  In this case, let's compare MG Hector and Tata Harrier.
 MG is the longest of medium-sized SUVs.  4,655 mm long ha.  At 1,835 mm wide and 1,760 mm high, the hectare is devoted to the giant.  Ground clearance of 192 mm ha.  The 2,750 mm long wheelbase is critical for ensuring a wide interior.  Hector's boot capacity is 587 liters.

In the case of Harrier, the width of the Tata SUV increases.  The Harvard is the widest SUV in the range.  Harrier is 4,598 mm long, 1,894 mm wide and 1,706 mm high.  Wheelbase 2,741 mm - 9 mm less than hectare.  Tata Harrier's ground clearance is 205 mm.  Harrier also claims 425-liter boot capacity
 Tata has not reduced its facilities and facilities at Harrier.  But with the features not yet introduced in the range, MG Hector is getting more and more smart.  The steep 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system is no other SUV except Hector.

Hectares of LED projector headlamps, LED fog lamps, panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera, power mirrors and ambient lighting can be found in many hectares.  A special inbuilt SIM is also being prepared in Hector to give full details of the vehicle to the customer's smartphone.
The smartphone is smart enough to control the AC, engine and geo-fencing.  Hectare owners also have the option of updating smartphone accounting software.  The voice recognition system supported by the built-in intelligence will work in hectares according to voice instructions

Tata Harrier is also lacking in features.  But heck, Harrier isn't smart.  The main attraction of the Harrier is the 7.0-inch Multi Information Color Display.  Harrier features like automatic headlamps, automatic wipers, LED daytime running lights, projector headlamps and LED taillamps.
The 14-function Electronic Stability Control will support Harrier in off-road adventures.  Harrier has higher off-roading capabilities than other two-wheel-drive SUVs.  In addition, Harrier also offers multiple driving modes for different driving situations.
MG Hector vs Tata Harrier - A comparison study
 There is only one engine version in the Harrier.  The 2.0-liter Cryotech diesel engine in Harrier has a maximum power of 138 bhp and 350 Nm of torque.  This is Fiat's engine unit.  The same engine unit continues in Jeep Combus and MG Hector.
At present, only six-speed manual gearbox is offered by Tata.  MG Hector, on the other hand, is preparing petrol and diesel permits.  As for the diesel version, the MG SUV is the engine of the Harrier.  But the strength is higher per hectare.

The diesel engine is capable of producing 170 bhp and 350 Nm of torque.  Hector Petrol is powered by a 1.5-liter turbo engine.  The petrol version claims a maximum power of 141 bhp and 250 Nm of torque.  Hector Diesel only has a six-speed manual gearbox

Customers can opt for the six-speed manual and seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox options in the Hector's petrol version.  The 48 V Mild Hybrid Hector Edition with 20 Nm of additional torque will also be on the line.  The MG is only offered in the hybrid model with a six-speed manual gearbox