Owner of Mercedes E-Class luxury car exchanges to take delivery of new MG Gloster
There is growing preference among owners of luxury marques like Mercedes, Volvo, Range Rover, etc., shifting to MG's segment defining India's first Internet connected premium SUVs - Hector & Hector Plus, MG ZS EV (country's first connected electric-vehicle SUV) followed by MG Gloster (India's segment-first Level-1 Autonomous car).
Madhuri Rajan Bhende from Pune, a proud customer of MG Gloster Diesel 2.0 Twin Turbo 4x4 6 seater 8 AT Sharp BSVI today, earlier owned a Mercedes E Class, E250CDI. Rajan opted to buy MG Gloster in exchange for the Mercedes they owned.
The key aspects -
- Why is Gloster among prefered luxury SUVs? Gloster brings to India, the country's first Autonomous (Level 1) Premium SUV.
- Loaded with Features that surpass some of the German and American luxury cars
- Segment first, i-SMART 2.0 comes with over 70 connected car features & infotainment system, etc.
Other examples of such customers include, one who replaced his Jaguar and opted for MG Gloster top trim - Savvy, in exchange for the luxury SUV he owned. Exhibiting trust in the MG brand, a customer who had bought Hector Plus Diesel in Oct '20; has now upgraded to Gloster 6 Savvy top trim. The transaction got him a resale Value for his Hector Plus of 93.7% for the car after 6 months. He exchanged his Hector Plus at a staggering Rs. 17 lakhs. Brand 'MG' has quickly caught the fancy of customers, including those who have owned a luxury brand car.
GLOSTER Sharp 2.0 Twin Turbo
MG GLOSTER Sharp comes with an on-demand Intelligent Four - Wheel Drive (4WD). Its All-terrain System has 7 different modes, namely Eco, Sport, Auto, Snow, Mud, and Sand. The Premium SUV is a class that extends luxury in style. It features Dual Pane Panoramic Sunroof, Driver Seat & Outside Mirror Memory Function (2 sets), Wireless Charging, and also Driver Seat Massage & Ventilation. The Co-driver seat in Sharp also features 8 Way Power Adjustment Seat (Including 4 Lumbar Adjustment) What more can one expect? Sharp might probably be having it! For instance, there's Blind Spot Detection and 360o Around View Camera that gives you a full-view around your gigantic SUV. It also has an Electro-mechanical Differential Lock.
The variant additionally comes with Electric Sunroof, Paddle Shifters & Steering Assist Cornering Lamps and flaunt Chrome-styled Front Guard Plate, DLO Garnish, Side Stepper Finish, and Roof Rails. The car features the Luxurious Brown Leather Interior theme with Diamond Stitch Pattern. It perfectly accompanies its Chrome-plated Interior Décor having High-Tech Honeycomb Pattern Garnishes. Its interior upholstery also has a Leather finish with a Chrome-plated Trunk Sill Trim and LED-based Interior Reading Light (for all rows) & Red Ambient Lighting.
GLOSTER has a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, PM 2.5 filter, Fully Automatic Powered Tailgate with Hands-Free Tailgate opening with Kick Gesture, Paddle Shifters, 12-Way Power Adjustment seat (including 4 Lumbar Adjustment), and 3 Zone Auto AC. There's a 12 Speaker system with subwoofer and amplifier in GLOSTER Sharp as well as Android Auto and Apple Carplay capability alongside the i-Smart 2.0 integration with over 70 connected car.
MG GLOSTER's i-SMART 2.0 comes with over 70 connected car features for Smart, Savvy, and Sharp such as Critical Tyre Pressure Voice Alert, Shortpedia App that gives short news summaries, and Anti-Theft Immobilization via Smartphone that remotely halts the engine ignition. It also offers 3D maps by MapMyIndia which gives information around COVID testing centres as well and various other alerts like potholes and speed checks. MG customers will also enjoy the Apple Watch Connectivity and will be able to operate their Gaana app with voice control, alongside personalized welcome and greeting messages.
Gloster, country's first Autonomous (Level 1) Premium SUV is available in 4 feature-intensive variants in India, i.e. Super, Smart, Sharp and Savvy. In terms of Safety, the all-new GLOSTER comes standard with Dual Front, Side, & Full-Length Curtain Airbags along with Electronic Stability Program, Traction Control System, Roll Movement Intervention, Hill Hold Control, Hill Descent Control, and Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist, and Rear Disc Brakes.
The Super trim further adds advanced capabilities to its drivers including Driver Fatigue Reminder System, Reverse Parking Camera, and Electric Parking Brake with Autohold. It also features Front Parking Sensors in addition to the Rear ones, Front and Rear Fog Lamps, and ISOFIX Child seat anchors, along with Heated Outside Mirrors and rear windshield defogger.
Standard design elements include Chrome-studded Front Grill, Exterior Chrome Door Handles, and Decorative Fendor and Mirror Garnish. All four variants also feature a Dual Barrel Twin Chrome Exhaust and Front & Rear Mud Flaps. LED Headlamps with Auto Leveling, LED Daytime Running Lights, and LED Tail lamps are a common sight in all MG GLOSTERs as well. Some of the other design highlights of the Super trim are its Diamond-cut Multispoke Alloy Wheels and Turn Indicator on ORVMs.
GLOSTER also features Intelligent Start/Stop with 8-Speed Automatic transmission as standard Electronic Gear Shift. The Premium SUV also gives you impeccable privacy with sound absorbing windscreen. All of the GLOSTER variants come with a 12.3" HD Touchscreen Infotainment System, USB, FM, and Bluetooth Music and Calling features are also available in all four variants.
DISCLAIMER: This information is published as per the press release sent to us. It has not been verified or ratified by OVERDRIVE.
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