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MG Motor India has officially announced the waiting period for its cars sold in the country. According to the company's statement, customers will have to wait between 2 and 3 months before taking delivery of their cars.
This includes the Hector, Hector Plus, ZS EV and the brand's flagship Gloster SUV. The notification from the brand said, "In the spirit of transparency and in order to cater to the increased demand, the delivery timeline for existing bookings, across all variant options, is estimated to be between 2-3 months. For more clarity, please connect with your dealership to the estimated delivery timeline for your booking."
According to the company, the delay in deliveries is due to the growing demand for MG vehicles in the country. However, the current shortage of semiconductors could also be one of the reasons for the delay in production.
Recent reports suggest that the short supply of semiconductor chips is most likely to continue until the year 2022 worldwide. This could force automakers around the world including India to cut their production due to the chip shortage.
The company entered the Indian market back in the year 2019 with the launch of the Hector SUV. The Hector was well-received in the Indian market and cemented the brand in the country. The company then turned to the growing demand for electric vehicles by launching the ZS EV electric SUV. MG is providing a host of charging solution for ZS EV customers and offer hassle-free ownership.
The company later introduced its flagship SUV, the Gloster. MG gave the Gloster all the bells and whistles, which made the SUV India's first car to feature Level 1 autonomous technology. The company calls it ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System).
Catering to a growing demand for three-row SUVs in the Indian market, the company added an extra row of seating to the Hector SUV and launched it as the Hector Plus. The Hector, Hector Plus and the ZS EV models have all been recently updated to the 2021 Model Year with few much-needed upgrades.
Alongside the current sales operations, the company is also gearing up to launch its 5th product in the Indian market, which is also an SUV. The upcoming SUV is expected to be called the Astor — here are all the details.
Thoughts About The MG Motor India Officially Announces Waiting Period For All Models
MG Motor currently offers four SUVs catering to buyers in different segments in the Indian market. The company has officially announced that deliveries of existing and new bookings will be delayed due to the increased demand. This gives customers complete clarity on the waiting period for their cars.