MG Gloster price, variants explained

    MG’s flagship SUV is available in a choice of four trim levels – Super, Smart, Sharp and Savvy

    Published On Oct 09, 2020 03:57:00 PM


    MG Gloster price, variants explained

    With MG Gloster prices ranging from Rs 28.98 to 35.38 lakh (introductory), the full-size SUV is now the brand’s most expensive model on sale in India. A rival to the Ford Endeavour (Rs 29.99-35.10 lakh), Toyota Fortuner (Rs 30.67-34.34 lakh)* and Mahindra Alturas G4 (Rs 28.73-31.73 lakh), the Gloster is priced quite competitively, with prices starting from below the Fortuner and Endeavour. However, the fully-loaded Gloster is the most expensive model here. 

    In typical MG fashion, the Gloster is packed with equipment with buyers having a choice of four variants – Super, Smart, Sharp and Savvy – with the top-spec model packing in segment-unique advanced driver aids.

    While you will have read about the Gloster’s vast equipment list and advanced driver aids in our first drive review, our test car was the top-spec Savvy variant. Lower variants, of course, miss out on some of that tech. Here, we take a look at what each variant packs in and how much they cost.

    MG Gloster Super (7-seater - Rs 28.98 lakh)

    MG Gloster Smart (6-seater - Rs 30.98 lakh)

    In addition to the Gloster Super:

    MG Gloster Sharp (6-seater – Rs 33.98 lakh; 7-seater – Rs 33.68 lakh)

    In addition to the Gloster Smart:

    MG Gloster Savvy (6-seater– Rs 35.38 lakh)

    In addition to the Gloster Sharp

    MG Gloster specifications

    The Gloster is the longest and tallest SUV in the segment, measuring in at 4,985mm long, 1,867mm tall and 1,926mm wide. Even the wheelbase, at 2,950mm, is the longest in the segment.

    Power comes from a 2.0-litre diesel engine in two states of tune. The Gloster Super and Smart trims come with a 163hp and 375Nm, 2.0-litre single-turbo diesel engine with two-wheel drive.

    The higher Gloster Sharp and Savvy, meanwhile, pack in the more powerful 218hp and 480Nm, twin-turbo derivative of the same and get on-demand 4WD. An 8-speed automatic gearbox is standard across the range.

    MG Gloster My MG Shield package

    MG recently also announced its customised My MG Shield package for its flagship SUV. In a rather unique move, buyers of the Gloster receive a Rs 50,000 credit from MG, which they can use to accessorise their SUV or opt for a range of extended warranties, service packages and buy back schemes to their tastes.The standard warranty for the Gloster is 3 years/ 1 lakh km along with 3 years of roadside assistance cover.

    All prices ex-showroom, Delhi

    *Fortuner prices for diesel SUV only.

    Also see:

    MG Hector dual tone launched at Rs 16.84 lakh

    India-bound MG ZS petrol facelift spied testing


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