- MG Hector Plus prices to be announced on July 13
- Hector Plus to get a 6-seat layout with captain seats in the middle row
- Bookings already open, with the token amount set at Rs 50,000
MG Motor India officially opened the order books for MG Hector Plus yesterday, and we can now confirm that the three-row MG Hector will launch on July 13, 2020. SUV will be the third product in the line of the Indian auto industry and will have Aim to buy midsize SUVs that need more seats
How to tell the MG Hector Plus and the standard SUV apart?
The MG Hector Plus is based on the 5-seat Hector, as such, it has the same dimensions; The exception is that it’s 65mm longer, which can be attributed to the reprofiled front and rear bumpers.MG Hector Plus also includes a redesigned headlight cluster, a different grille, and new rear bumpers.
What does the MG Hector Plus’ cabin look like?
MG Hector Plus has a three-row configuration, with individual captain’s seats in the center row. Although presented in a 6-seat design, it is expected to be followed by a 7-seat version, with mid-tier bench replacements.
The cabin layout and design of the cabin are similar to the 5-seat model. You can get a multi-functional steering wheel and analog toolkit with a 7.0-inch MID and 10.4-inch touchscreen equipped with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto technology, connected vehicle technology, ambient lighting, endless audio, and a panoramic sunroof. As with the exterior, MG has attempted to provide some distinction within the Hector Plus using brown-brown leather upholstery, compared to Hector’s all-black outline.
MG Hector Plus will be offered in three tiers: Super, Smart, and Sharp, with a variety of additions to LED headlamps, DRLs, heated side mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, and power front seats, and a hands-free opening and tailgate feature. free.
Safety features include six airbags, ABS, ESC, traction control, hill assist, tire pressure monitoring, and a 360-degree camera.
What powertrains does the MG Hector Plus have?
The MG Hector Plus has a 2.0-liter 170 hp diesel engine with a 6-speed manual gearbox; A 1.5-liter, 143-hp turbo gasoline mill equipped with a six-speed automatic DCT engine and the same gasoline unit combined with a 48-volt hybrid system and fitted with a 6-speed manual gearbox.
While diesel will be available across the range, automatic gasoline will only be sold in the Smart and Sharp trim levels, with the manual hybrid transmission configured only for the high-spec Sharp variant.
What is the expected price of the MG Hector Plus?
MG Hector Plus is expected to have a premium of Rs 75,000-80,000 over its 5-seat counterpart, which means prices are likely to be in the Rs 15.85-18.80 lakh band (estimated, ex-showroom).
Being a midsize SUV, Hector Plus will compete with the upcoming Mahindra XUV500 and the upcoming Tata Gravitas. MG is described as offering the latest deals as a suitable alternative to Toyota Innova Crysta.