MG Hector Plus prices hiked by up to Rs 46,000

    3-row derivative of Hector now priced from Rs 13.74-18.69 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

    Published On Aug 27, 2020 09:00:00 AM

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    MG Hector Plus prices hiked by up to Rs 46,000

    The MG Hector Plus has now become dearer by up to Rs 46,000 as the carmaker has hiked prices of the 3-row SUV for the first time. Launched in July 2020, the Hector Plus is now priced between Rs 13.74 lakh and Rs 18.69 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India).

    • Hector Plus petrol prices up by up to Rs 25,000
    • Diesel Hector Plus dearer by up to Rs 46,000

    What is the variant-wise hike in prices?

    The hike is not uniform across variants. Starting with the Hector Plus petrol, the Style trim sees the sharpest rise in prices – by around Rs 25,000 – followed by the Sharp DCT at Rs 15,000. Hector Plus Sharp Hybrid prices are up by about Rs 10,000 while the Smart DCT variant will now set you back an additional Rs 5,000

    MG Hector Plus petrol prices: new vs old
    VariantNew priceOld priceDifference
    StyleRs 13.74 lakhRs 13.49 lakhRs 25,000
    Smart DCTRs 16.70 lakhRs 16.65 lakhRs 5,000
    Sharp HybridRs 17.39 lakhRs 17.29 lakhRs 10,000
    Sharp DCTRs 18.36 lakhRs 18.21 lakhRs 15,000

    From among the Hector Plus diesel variants, it is the entry-level Style that sees the sharpest hike, at Rs 46,000. The fully-loaded Sharp diesel, on the other hand, is now dearer by Rs 15,000. Prices for the mid-spec Super and Smart trims have increased by only Rs 5,000.

    MG Hector Plus diesel prices: new vs old
    VariantNew priceOld priceDifference
    StyleRs 14.90 lakhRs 14.44 lakhRs 46,000
    SuperRs 15.70 lakhRs 15.65 lakhRs 5,000
    SmartRs 17.20 lakhRs 17.15 lakhRs 5,000
    SharpRs 18.69 lakhRs 18.54 lakhRs 15,000

    How do Hector Plus prices now compare with rivals’?

    In terms of the competition, the Hector Plus’ closest rival is the diesel-only Mahindra XUV500 (Rs 13.23-17.73 lakh*). The only other 3-row SUV currently in the segment is more affordable than the diesel Hector Plus. The current model is set to be replaced by an all-new XUV500, next year. Upcoming rivals to the 6-seat MG SUV include the 7-seat version of the new Hyundai Creta, which is expected to arrive in the second-half of 2021, and the Tata Gravitas.

    *Ex-showroom, Delhi

    Also see:

    MG Hector Plus review, test drive

    MG Gloster interior revealed in new spy pictures

    MG pre-owned vehicle dealership network launched in India

    MG India and Zoomcar partner for car subscriptions

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