MG Motor India, a well-known automobile company in the country, has released a sales report for May 2020. The country is currently facing a deadly epidemic like Coronavirus and in such a situation, the sales of car makers have been affected. The company has sold 710 units in May 2020

MG Motor India has opened production in Halol Manufacturing Plant in March due to the lockdown, using 30% capacity. The company has also opened around 65 percent of its showrooms and service centers across the country, where work is being done with less manpower. The company sold 1,518 units in March 2020, with 1,402 units being Hector and 116 units being ZS EV.

Rakesh Sidana, sales director, MG Motor India, said, “Sales were affected in May due to supply chain issues, as well as financing difficulties, which also led to the closure of several dealerships due to lockdown.”. Our production front-end retail operations are continuing to operate with less staff than usual after a shortage of production. ”
Talking about MG Hector

In terms of power and specifications, the MG Hector BS6 is powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine that generates 167.67 Hp power at 3750 Rpm and 350 Nm torque at 1750-2500 Rpm. This engine is equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission. Talking about the braking system, a disc brake has been given in the front and rear of the Hector. Talking about the suspension, the Hector has a McFarshan strut suspension with a stabilizer bar at the front and a semi-independent helical spring Torsion beam suspension at the rear. Lastly, in terms of price, the initial ex-showroom price of MG Hector BS6 diesel is Rs. 13.88 lakhs….

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