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MG Hector 2021 has been launched in India and it has eight new things to show off.

MG Hector 2021 launch all variants

Wait a minute. There are nine new things about the MG Hector 2021 when you include the new pricing. It begins from Rs 12.89 lakh for the base petrol variant and goes up to Rs 18.33 lakh for the top diesel model (both prices are ex-showroom).

Within 18 months since it was first launched, the MG Hector 2021 has arrived and this arrival announces as many as four new features each on the exterior and interior of the car. On the outside, the new car now sports a dual-tone paint job, a new chrome grille at the front, a glossy black element on the tailgate and, thankfully, larger 18-inch alloy wheels shod with Goodyear 215/55 radials. The cabin also receives four new additions in the form of dual-tone upholstery, auto-dimming rear view mirror, wireless charging for smartphones and the voice command system is now equipped to recognize and respond to inputs in hindi and english.

Everything else about the MG Hector 2021 remains the same as its predecessor. The new car will also offer three engine options; the 1.5-litre turbo-petrol, the 1.5-litre turbo-petrol hybrid and the 2.0-litre turbo-diesel. While the turbo-petrol variant is offered with a choice of six-speed DCT or a six-speed manual, the other variants will continue to be available only with a six-speed manual.

In addition to the five-seater, MG also introduced the seven-seater Hector Plus as well. Now, the brand has a total of 24 trim levels across the three variants in the Hector range, including the six- and seven-seater variants of the Hector Plus.

The seven-seater Hector Plus may seat one more than the six-seater variant but it is the latter that is more premium. In the former, there are three rows with bench seats in the second and third rows. Meanwhile, the six-seater Hector Plus’ second row comprises captain seats; certainly more comfortable. That is one of the reasons why the seven-seater is being offered from Rs 13.35 lakh while the six-seater’s price tag starts from Rs 17.11 lakh; both prices are ex-showroom.

The MG Hector 2021 range will also receive the benefits of the MG Shield programme. Under this, MG are offering five-year/unlimited-km warranty, five-year road-side assistance, and free labour charges for the first five periodic services. The pricing for all the variants and trim levels are as follows.

MG Hector range pricing 2021

Story: Joshua Varghese


About the author: Joshua Varghese


Would gape at fast cars. Still does but now has a chance to drive some of them. Hates driving in traffic but makes up for with a spot of off-roading or the occasional track outing. Insta: @motoknight


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