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MG Astor Vs Hyundai Creta Vs Kia Seltos Vs Others: Performance And Fuel Efficiency Comparison

MG Motor has recently launched its new Astor SUV against the highly popular Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and other 5-seater SUVs. Bookings for the MG Astor are already underway for a token amount of Rs 25,000, while its deliveries will begin from November 2021. It is available with two turbocharged petrol engines with both manual and automatic transmission options. Recently, Astor's fuel efficiency figures have been revealed through a leaked internal document. So, here we have pitted its performance and mileage figures against its rivals.

NG Astor comparison with Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos

Also Read: MG Astor Sold Out For This Year; Deliveries To Begin In November 2021

Note: Since the MG Astor is a petrol-only offering, we’ll only be comparing the petrol variants of its opponents.

Model

MG Astor

Skoda Kushaq & VW Taigun

Hyundai Creta & Kia Seltos

Nissan Kicks & Renault Duster

Engine

1.5-litre NA / 1.3-litre turbo

1.0-litre turbo / 1.5-litre turbo

1.5-litre NA / 1.4-litre turbo

1.5-litre NA / 1.3-litre turbo

Max Power

110PS / 140PS

115PS / 150PS

115PS / 140PS

106PS / 156PS

Peak Torque

144Nm / 220Nm

175Nm / 250Nm

144Nm / 242Nm

142Nm / 254Nm

Gearbox options

  • 1.5-litre: – 6-speed MT / 8-step CVT 
  • 1.3-litre: – 6-speed AT
  • 1.0-litre: – 6-speed MT, 6-speed AT
  • 1.5-litre: – 6-speed MT, 7-speed DCT
  • 1.5-litre: 6-speed MT, CVT
  • 1.4-litre: – 7-speed DCT, 6-speed MT*
  • 1.5-litre: – 5-speed MT
  • 1.3-litre: – 6-speed MT, CVT
Fuel Efficiency 
  • 1.5-litre: – 14-15kmpl (MT), 10-12kmpl (CVT)
  • 1.3-litre: – 9-12kmpl

 

  • 1.0-litre: – 17.88 kmpl (MT), 15.78 kmpl (AT)
  • 1.5-litre: – 17.95 kmpl (MT), 17.71 kmpl (DCT)
  • 1.5-litre: – 16.8kmpl (MT), 16.9kmpl (CVT)
  • 1.4-litre: – 16.8kmpl (DCT), 16.5kmpl (MT)
  • 1.5-litre: – 13.9kmpl
  • 1.3-litre: – 16.5kmpl

Takeaways: – 

  • The performance figures of the MG Astor are quite a par with its Korean rivals. However, its mileage figures are the least here.

  • Thanks to the Active Cylinder Technology, the 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engines of the German siblings are the most frugal mills despite being the most powerful among all. However, their 1.0-litre TSI units are thirstier with automatic transmission than their manual counterpart. 

  • The next on the list is Kia and Hyundai’s shared powertrain options, with all of them promising to deliver between 16.5kmpl to 16.9kmpl.

  • The Kicks-Duster duo is the third least fuel-efficient SUV here with the torquiest turbocharged petrol engine. 

Note: – It is worth noting that these figures are based on internal testing in various conditions and they might vary with the traffic conditions and your driving behaviour.