MG Hector prices now start at Rs 14 lakh, Rs 95,000 lower than before

    This is the second price revision for the Hector in the last six months.

    Published On Mar 04, 2024 06:22:00 PM

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    MG Motor India has introduced two new trims to the Hector line-up – Shine Pro and Select Pro – that replace the Shine and Smart, respectively. The Shine Pro is priced from Rs 16 lakh and the Select Pro is priced from Rs 17.30 lakh (both prices ex-showroom, India). However, the bigger news is that the starting price of the Hector is now Rs 14 lakh, Rs 95,000 less than before. This is the second price cut it has received in the last six months.

    1. Hector Shine Pro petrol more affordable by up to Rs 44,000
    2. Prices for Select Pro petrol up by up to Rs 25,000 over Smart
    3. New mid-spec trims get more features

    MG Hector Shine Pro: what’s new?

    The new second-from-base Shine Pro trim essentially replaces the Shine trim that was available previously, but it adds more equipment. These include LED Daytime Running Lamps, LED projector headlights, sequential LED turn indicators, front and rear fog lights, 17-inch alloys, a 14-inch infotainment screen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 7-inch digital instrument cluster, a single-pane sunroof, wireless charger, push-button start, a 6-speaker sound system and cruise control.

    Notably, prices for Shine Pro petrol variants are more affordable by up to Rs 44,000 than the outgoing Shine petrol, while the Shine Pro diesel is more expensive by Rs 20,000 than the Shine diesel.

    MG Hector Select Pro: what’s new?

    The new Select Pro trim is positioned above the Shine Pro trim, and it replaces the Smart trim. Over and above what’s available with the Shine Pro, the Select Pro adds larger 18-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, interior LED reading lights, connected car features and an 8-speaker sound system with woofer and amplifier.

    Prices for the Select Pro petrol variants are higher by up to Rs 25,000 over the outgoing Smart petrol, while the diesel variant is more expensive by Rs 20,000.

    Here's a look at the detailed price list of the Hector:

    MG Hector price list
    TrimPetrol-MTPetrol-CVTDiesel-MT
    StyleRs 13.99 lakh--
    Shine ProRs 16 lakhRs 17 lakhRs 17.70 lakh
    Select ProRs 17.30 lakhRs 18.49 lakhRs 18.70 lakh
    Smart ProRs 18.24 lakh-Rs 20 lakh
    Sharp ProRs 19.70 lakhRs 21 lakhRs 21.70 lakh
    Savvy ProRs 21.95 lakh--

    MG Hector Plus also gets new trims

    The new Select Pro trim is also available on the 7-seater Hector Plus where it replaces the Smart trim, and prices are up by Rs 25,000 and Rs 20,000 for the petrol and diesel variants, respectively. The Hector Plus Select Pro petrol is priced at Rs 18 lakh, while the diesel is priced at Rs 19.60 lakh.

    The Hector Plus also gets a new entry-level Style trim that’s available at Rs 17 lakh, and is only available in diesel-manual guise. It's available with both 6- and 7-seater versions, and brings down the price of the diesel variant by a whopping Rs 2.40 lakh.

    Here's a detailed look at the price list of the Hector Plus:

    MG Hector Plus (6-seater) price list
    TrimPetrol-MTPetrol-CVTDiesel-MT
    Style--Rs 17 lakh
    Smart Pro--Rs 21.00 lakh
    Sharp ProRs 20.40 lakhRs 21.73 lakhRs 22.51 lakh
    Savvy ProRs 22.68 lakh--

    MG Hector Plus (7-seater) price list
    TrimPetrol-MTPetrol-CVTDiesel-MT
    Style--Rs 17 lakh
    Select ProRs 18 lakh-Rs 19.60 lakh
    Sharp ProRs 20.40 lakhRs 21.73 lakhRs 22.30 lakh
    Savvy Pro-Rs 22.68 lakh-

    MG Hector, Hector Plus powertrain options

    Both SUVs are powered by either a 143hp, 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine that’s mated to a 6-speed manual or a CVT gearbox, or a 170hp, 2.0-litre diesel engine that only comes with a 6-speed manual.

    As for rivals, the MG Hector takes on the likes of the Tata HarrierJeep Compass and 5-seater versions of the Mahindra XUV700, while the Hector Plus rivals the Tata SafariHyundai Alcazar and 7-seater XUV700.

    Also See:

    Honda Elevate gets Rs 50,000 discount this month

    Tata Nexon, Nexon EV Dark Editions launched

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