2022 MG Astor EX Variants Introduced
The 2022 MG Astor EX Variants are between 6,000 and 12,000 less expensive than the non-EX models. Style EX, Super EX, Smart EX, and Sharp EX are among the new trims. Only the 1.5-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine with the manual transmission will be available in the EX models.
These Astor EX models are less feature-rich than the non-EX variants while having a lower price; the missing technology includes active safety features like ESP, traction control, hill start, and hill descent control. The Sharp EX version does not include Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist, or Rear Cross Traffic Alert. All Astor levels still have their original airbags and other safety features. Despite the similarities in other aspects. Style, Super, and Smart EX versions are offered for 6,000 rupees cheaper than their non-EX equivalents. While Sharp EX’s price dropped by 12,000, As a result, the Astor’s starting price is now Rs. 10.22 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
Auto headlights, tilt steering, cruise control, storage in the leather driver’s armrest, a panoramic sunroof, an engine start/stop button, rain-sensing wipers, rear AC vents, and rear seat armrests with cupholders and center headrests are just a few of the additional amenities of the Astor. The Exterior features of the Astor include Full LED Hawkeye Headlamps, Rear Bumper with Chrome Accented Dual Exhaust Design, Rear Spoiler, Satin Silver Finish Roof Rails, and Interior features include Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, Premium, Soft Touch Dashboard, Satin Chrome, and 8.9cm Coloured Multi Info Display.
The MG Astor’s i-Smart technology has intriguing features including 35+ Hinglish voice commands, current and forecast weather information, and more. Utilizing Accuweather, Bluetooth-enabled Digital Key Inbuilt Jio Saavn App with a premium account for music and podcasts, Interactive Emojis with English and Hindi voice assistance, Multi-Language Navigation route, online navigation with live traffic, Personal AI Assistant, Local and Global News: Powered by Bing News, and more. Following the release of more affordable versions of the Skoda Kushaq and Slavia and the Hyundai Alcazar, MG likewise joined the trend by releasing more affordable versions of the Astor to meet demand. Fewer chips are needed for the lower variations, which may be a solution to the present semiconductor issue.