Audi A4 Owner Exchanges His Luxury Saloon to Buy MG Hector Plus

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 02/03/2021
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Recently, an Audi A4 exchanged his luxury sedan to buy an MG Hector Plus. Well, this is surprising, isn't it? Read here to know more about the incident.

It isn’t normal to see luxury car owners exchanging their possessions to buy a regular mid-size SUV, which is half the price of their old car. Interestingly, it has happened, and we should thank the constant development in the world of automobiles for it. Even small hatchbacks are now available with features that were earlier seen on expensive luxury cars only. Talking of the incident, an Audi A4 owner has exchanged his luxury saloon to get home an MG Hector Plus. While this sounds surprising, it can be considered a wise move as for most situations, the MG Hector Plus is indeed a more practical car than an Audi A4.


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Audi A4 Owner Exchanges His Luxury Saloon to Buy MG Hector Plus

The Hector Plus offers more interior space than any entry-level luxury sedan. Also, it comes with the option of 6-seater and 7-seater configurations. The boot space on the Hector Plus is whopping 530 litres with the third-row folded down. It even has a ground clearance of 192 mm, which helps it easilyd deal with tall speed breakers and patches of bad roads. The 6-seater version of the Hector Plus comes with captain chairs in the middle row, which can slide and recline to offer more accessibility to users.

The MG Hector Plus doesn’t miss out on features either. In fact, it gets a bigger sunroof than the Audi A4. The features list of the Hector Plus comprises of a 10.4-inch infotainment system, 8-colour ambient lighting, panoramic sunroof, Infinity sound system, 360-degree parking camera, heated ORVMs, power-adjustable front seats, cruise control, electronic parking brake and more.


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The powertrain options on the Hector plus include a 1.5L turbo-petrol motor and a 2.0L oil burner. The former is capable of dishing out 143 PS and 250 Nm of peak output, while the latter can produce 170 PS against 350 Nm. Transmission options include a 6-speed MT and a 7-speed DCT. However, the latter is only available with the turbo-petrol engine. And, it is the configuration that the Audi A4 owner has opted for. Alongside, MG is offering buyback schemes on the Hector Plus, where the owner gets a secured resale value after a certain time period.

Disclaimer - The above incident has been shared with us by MG dealership, and the facts have not been independently examined by

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