MG India and Zoomcar join hands to garner subscriptions!
In partnership with MG Motor India and Zoomcar, a new car subscription service is to start up. Thanks to this partnership, MG can use the existing Zoomcar platform. And the infrastructure to increase its subscription planning reach and accessibility.
It should also be noted that MG’s Zoomcar Partnership does not affect its subscription programmes with Myles. Besides, will work with both car manufacturers.
- On behalf of MG Motor, Zoomcar is running the subscription scheme.
- MG cars will be available with 12, 24 or 36-month subscriptions.
- Plans will be supported by enhanced customer support
What are the MG-Zoomcar subscription schemes available?
On behalf of MG India, Zoomcar will manage the subscription plans. Carmaker models are offered with a 12, 24 or 36-month subscription programme. In addition to monthly fees. The longer the tenure, the less the monthly fee, as is the case for most subscription plans.
How are the MG-Zoomcar subscription plans to provide services?
Zoomcar and MG Motor support customers 24×7 on all bookings and vehicle listing-related issues following subscription planning. They will also offer improved client service, including on-site fleet management, support to logistics, planning of vehicles and more.
What cars is the line-up of MG’s India?
MG has three SUVs available in our market as it stands. The mid-size SUV, Hector Plus and the all-electric ZS EV cross-over are part of this range. It should also be noted that this festive season is about, to begin with, the full-size MG Gloster SUV. MG has recently revealed that Gloster is supplied by a teaser with advanced driver support technology.
All about MG G10!
MG G10 Start and Price: MG expects to launch the G10 at Rs 20 to Rs 25 lakh in the second half of 2020. G10 MG Engine: internationally, the G10 is powered by a 2.0 litre (224PS/345Nm) turbo-engine and a 2.0 litre (163PS/375Nm) diesel engine. The selection of a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission is offered for both engines. Petrol has a 6-speed AT and an 8-speed AT is provided for the new diesel. In India, it is expected that both diesel and petrol engines will be offered.
MG G10 features: a 3-piece sunroof, powerful, sliding doors, an infotainment system with a touchscreen of 10.1 inches, with fold-out legs in the middle row and executive seats are expected to be available. The option of an adjustable front passenger seat is also available.
Rivals of MG G10: Kia Carnival’s direct rival.