These early owners of MG Astor seem to be excited about their new possessions
MG Astor had created much market waves at the time of its debut in October. The SUV happens to be the petrol-powered cousin of the MG ZS EV and has found stellar acceptance with its prices. It in fact got sold out for 2021 in no time. The deliveries began in November and the manufacturer has plans of delivering 5000 units this year. Here are a few of the first customers expressing their initial impressions on their new acquisitions and venting out the excitement…
It’s my third car and search ended when I did test drive of MG Astor which is loaded with features and I loved it. This journey of finalisation to delivery of car became memorable when MG planned grand event for car delivery and must say thanks to MG and its entire staff for making it a memorable experience for me and my family.”Santosh Yadav
It was my first car and MG ensured to make that a memorable experience. The event was one of its kind with appreciable hospitality and services. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and went back with the smartest car on road and big smiles. MG made me feel part of their family.”Neha Agarwal
Amazing, well organised. I am delighted with the event and never before got a car’s delivery like this. Thank you MG Motor.”Neetu Katariya
Build quality, classy interiors and smooth ride are the things I like about the car.”Ajit Singh
The Astor is available in four different variants- Style, Super, Smart, and Sharp, with both NA and turbocharged petrol engines, mated to manual and automatic transmissions. Much as the case with many of its siblings, MG Astor also claims to offer stunningly low ownership costs of around 47 paise per kilometer and impressive buyback guarantees. MG vehicles are usually praised well for their residual values.
The bookings for the car are expected to resume in early 2022. Meanwhile, you could read our first drive review of the Astor for our initial impressions on it or our compilation of things which we didn’t like about it.