MG Hector Plus Trims And Engine Options Unveiled

by Jatin Chhibber | 01/07/2020
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The upcoming MG Hector Plus is scheduled to launch in our market by next month. The all-new SUV will be offered in three different levels.

MG Motors India is all set to launch the all-new Hector Plus in the Indian market next month. The automaker has already started the production of the Hector Plus at their Halol facility in Gujarat. Now, MG has revealed the trims and specs of the upcoming MG SUV. The 6-seater SUV will be offered in three different trim levels- Super, Smart and Sharp. The base spec Style trim of the Hector will not be offered with the upcoming Hector Plus. The automaker will also not be offering petrol-manual power plant with the Hector Plus. The new SUV will be offered with three different engine options- the Petrol AT, the diesel MT and the Petrol Mild-Hybrid MT.


MG Hector Plus (6-seater Hector) Spied At Dealership Ahead Of Its Launch


The upcoming MG Hector Plus will be offered in three different trim levels

The petrol-hybrid engine will only be limited to the top-of-the-line Sharp trim and that’s the only option if you want petrol manual variant. The diesel mill will be offered with all three trims of the Hector Plus. The all-new MG SUV is an extended three-row version of the regular Hector, which will feature two-captain seats in the middle along with an additional third-row.

Along with the addition of an extra row of seats, the SUV will also employ subtle design tweaks. Upfront, the MG Hector Plus will get a new grille, which is much more sleeker than that of the regular Hector. The bumpers have also been redesigned and the headlamp cluster has been tweaked for a more angular design.

Furthermore, the LED DRLs at the top has also been redesigned. The rear profile of the SUV gets a new set of tail lamps, bumper and a new twin-exhaust design. As compared to the regular Hector, the upcoming 6-seater Hector has grown 40 mm in length. The wheelbase, weight and height of the Hector Plus will be similar to that of the regular model. Once launched, it’ll compete with the likes of Mahindra XUV500 and upcoming Tata Gravitas. Mechanically, it’ll be powered by a 1.5-litre petrol motor, a 1.5-litre petrol-hybrid engine and a 2.0-litre diesel mill.

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