BS6 MG Hector diesel priced from Rs 13.88 lakh

    BS6-compliant Hector diesel is Rs 40-45,000 pricier than outgoing BS4 equivalents.

    Published On Apr 09, 2020 01:52:00 PM


    BS6 MG Hector diesel priced from Rs 13.88 lakh

    With the MG Hector petrol already upgraded for BS6 emission standards, it was only a matter of time before BS6 diesel versions of the SUV rolled out too. The BS6-compliant Hector diesel is priced from Rs 13.88 lakh for the entry-level Style variant and goes up to Rs 17.73 lakh for the fully loaded Sharp trim. This means that prices are up in the region of Rs 40,000-45,000 across all variants.

    The variant-wise pricing of the BS6 Hector diesel is as follows:

    MG Hector diesel prices (ex-showroom, India)
    VariantsBS4 priceBS6 pricePrice difference
    StyleRs 13.48 lakhRs 13.88 lakhRs 40,000
    SuperRs 14.48 lakhRs 14.88 lakhRs 40,000
    SmartRs 15.88 lakhRs 16.33 lakhRs 45,000
    SharpRs 17.28 lakhRs 17.73 lakhRs 45,000

    The 2.0-litre Fiat-sourced diesel engine continues to develop an identical 170hp and 350Nm of torque, with a 6-speed manual remaining the sole gearbox option available.

    Equipment on offer remains unchanged, with the entry-level Style coming kitted out with basics such as projector headlamps, steel wheels, a height-adjustable driver seat, air conditioning with vents for the second row, a reclineable rear backrest, an audio system and remote locking. The range-topping Sharp variant packs in more tech, such as powered front seats, auto climate control, a panoramic sunroof, a powered tailgate and the company’s iSmart connected-car technology.

    Over the coming months, MG will also launch the three-row version of the SUV, called the Hector Plus. The MG Hector Plus will come powered by the same 2.0-litre diesel engine but is expected to boast added features.

    Also read:

    3-row MG Hector Plus to launch in June 2020

    MG Motor India posts sales growth in March 2020

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