Safety meets affordability: Introducing the MG Astor, Your feature-rich 5-Seater SUV
Delhi : Five-seater SUVs are becoming more and more in demand, and the MG Astor stands out as a strong contender at an affordable price. This SUV, which retails for less than Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom), comes with two engine choices and a choice of manual or automatic gearboxes. The MG Astor's engine capacities, which range from 1349 cc to 1498 cc, offer adaptability to accommodate a range of driving tastes. The MG Astor prioritises safety with a strong six-airbag system in the front and back to lessen injuries in the event of a collision. An innovative driver aid system in the automobile warns of hazards in near vicinity. Cruise control, collision warning, automated emergency braking, lane-keeping/departure assistance, high-beam assistance, and blind-spot recognition are some more safety features.
The MG Astor offers a luxurious and cutting-edge driving experience with a sunroof, a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 6-way power-adjustable driver seat, and auto temperature control. In comparison to other SUVs such as the Hyundai Creta, Toyota Hyrider, Kia Seltos, Volkswagen Taigun, Honda Elevate, and Skoda Kushaq, the MG Astor is a highly attractive option for individuals looking for a five-seater SUV that strikes a mix between safety, cost, and cutting-edge technology.
The Black Storm Edition, which was just released, lends a hint of exclusivity. The MG Astor has five trim levels: Style, Super, Smart, Sharp, and Savvy. Its interior is roomy. The highest model, which retails for Rs 18.69 lakh (ex-showroom), has a roomy 488-liter boot, making it the perfect family vehicle for extended road trips. The vehicle is offered in seven eye-catching colours to suit a range of tastes. The MG Astor turbo engine produces 220 Nm of torque and 140 PS of power under the hood. The car's 6-speed transmission guarantees a strong and effective performance. Improved driving control is facilitated by cutting-edge technology such an Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and 360-degree camera, particularly during corners.