A few days ago, a video emerged on Youtube showing a Hector engulfed in flame sent shockwaves to the enthusiasts and owners alike. In a tragic incident, a 50-year-old man was burnt to death after his car caught fire at a flyover in Mangolpuri area. New car caught fire in CR Park TNN | Jul 14, 2014, 04:30 IST NEW DELHI: A new Mahindra XUV parked outside a house in south Delhi’s Chittaranjan Park caught fire on Sunday evening. The owner of the car released an official statement appreciating MG Motors for reaching out to him and proactively seeking the problem that resulted in the fire.

Here’s Why MG Hector Caught Fire in Delhi: Responding to the video getting viral on Whatsapp and other social media channels of the MG Hector burning in the middle of the road, the owner has finally cleared the air on the subject. No one was injured in this incident. For reprint rights: Times Syndication ServiceTragic: Man burnt to death after car catches fire in Delhi74th Independence Day: India’s tallest ATC tower lit up in tricolourAll 10 accused in attack on Ghaziabad journalist charged with murderDelhi: Sealing relief for houses not used for commercial purposeDelhi: AIIMS doctor's decomposed body found hanging in rented accommodationElectric vehicle rider for future projects in NoidaDelhi on high alert after terror intel ahead of Independence DayHeavy traffic jam at ITO following incessant rainfallIncessant rain leads to waterlogging in several parts of GurugramDelhi: Heavy rain leads to traffic snarls; car gets stuck at waterlogged Zakhira underpass New MG Hector SUV caught fire recently in Delhi. However, this isn’t the first time that Hector caught fire. He further added that the quick response from MG furthered his confidence in the brand, and he admitted that he has fitted some third-party accessories at the dealer level and it could have been the major cause for the fire accident. The police received information about the incident on Thursday. However, recently a video surfaced on the internet which shows that MG Hector caught fire in Delhi. After the car in which he was travelling caught fire in … The dead man has … ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Man Burnt To Death After Car Catches Fire In Delhi: Police The SUV was spotted at the middle of the LG House road in New Delhi and it was engulfed in unmanageable fire. Coming on behalf of Hector, MG Hector caught fire inside Delhi on LG House Road, due to the short circuit, it is not known now, after investigation, it will be known that there is another incident with MG Hector. A 34-year-old woman and her two minor daughters were charred to death on Sunday after their car caught fire near Akshardham flyover in east Delhi, police said. In a tragic incident, a 50-year-old man was burnt to death after his car caught fire at a flyover in Mangolpuri area. A few weeks ago, a diesel-powered MG Hector caught fire in Mumbai, and very recently the same case happened with a petrol DCT model in Delhi which is claimed to run less than 9000 kilometers. The deceased has been identified as Ram Kishan, a resident of Kerala. It had a CNG kit and the cause of fire is being ascertained, the police said.A case under relevant sections of IPC has been registered at the Mangolpuri Police Station and investigation is underway, they added................................. Advertisement ................................Man Burnt To Death After Car Catches Fire In Delhi: Police © COPYRIGHT NDTV CONVERGENCE LIMITED 2020. Woman, 2 Daughters Dead As Car Catches Fire On Flyover In East Delhi The incident took place around 6.30 pm when the car was going towards the … 'Delhi Car Fire' - … The Chinese-owned British-originated car manufacturer Morris Garage Motors has made its debut in the Indian market with its mid-size SUV MG Hector and it became an instant hit. Tribune News Service New Delhi, March 10. India All India 11 Mar 2019 Woman, 2 daughters charred to death after car catches fire in Delhi. Thick black smoke could be … The unfortunate incident happened on the 20th of January when the fire started from the front end of the car and in no time completely engulfed it. The deceased has been identifie The Indian Car buyers appreciated the MG Hector due to its gorgeous looks, good powertrain options, feature-loaded tech, humongous amount of space and robust road presence. After the car in which he was travelling caught fire in the middle of the road, the groom was dropped to the wedding venue in a Delhi Police vehicle, by the cops themselves. New Delhi: A car caught fire near east Delhi's Akshardham flyover on Wednesday. In both cases, the fire originated from the front of the car but exact reasons are unknown yet.The recent case happened with an MG Hector Petrol DCT model at the LG House Road in Delhi that was finished in Aurora silver paint scheme. The Indian Car buyers appreciated the MG Hector due to its gorgeous looks, good powertrain options, feature-loaded tech, humongous amount of space and robust road presence.