The mid-size SUV segment has seen a lot of new launches this year and competition is more intense than ever before, with the launch of the new gen Hyundai Creta, this segment has gone into a 4-way battle with the KIA Seltos, Tata Harrier and the MG Hector being in the other three sides.
The mid-size SUV segment is all the rage now because of the space they are able to offer, coupled together with a plethora of features offered at very competitive price points. Let’s see how these cars fare against each other.
The most powerful engines are found on the Tata Harrier and the MG Hector, both of the cars use the same engine which produces 170 Hp of power and 350 Nm of torque and has been sourced from Fiat. The least powerful ones are found on the Hyundai Creta and the KIA Seltos, both of the cars use the same engine which produces 115 Hp of power and 250 Nm of torque. All the engines discussed here are BS6 compliant.
|Engine Type||4 cyl turbo||4 cyl turbo||4 cyl turbo||4 cyl turbo|
|Power||115 hp||115 hp||170 hp||170 hp|
|Torque||250 nm||250 nm||350 nm||350 nm|
|gearbox||6 speed MT/AT||6 speed MT/AT||6 speed MT/AT||6 speed MT|
In terms of dimensions the Hector is the longest car in this segment with the Harrier following closely. The Harrier has the most ground clearance among the four cars.
|Ground Clearance (mm)||190||190||205||192|
Fuel Economy (ARAI Rated)
*All prices indicated are ex-showroom New Delhi, March 2020