The MG Gloster is a big, three-row, body-on-frame SUV borrowed from MG’s sister brand Maxus. Owned by the same parent SAIC, the Gloster is essentially the Maxus D90 in China and the LDV D90 in Australia. It’s been rebranded for India and sold as the flagship of the Morris Garages (MG) range, with a suitably British-sounding name – Gloster.
The Gloster made its India debut in February 2020 at the Auto Expo and one thing was immediately clear – this was a bigger vehicle than the other three-row, body-on-frame, premium SUVs on sale in India, namely the Ford Endeavour, Toyota Fortuner and the Mahindra Alturas G4.
More details about the SUV trickled out over the next few months, notably a long features list that included ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) thus far seen only on a handful of all-out luxury vehicles, giving some credence to the SUV’s positioning. … Read More