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MG Hector, Hector Plus Prices Increased By Up To Rs 30,000

Back in September 2023, MG Motor India reduced the prices of the Hector and Hector Plus to capitalize on the festive season. The carmaker has now once again revised the prices, making it up to Rs 30,000 more expensive. But still, both SUVs remain more affordable than the prices before the reduction in September.


Let’s take a look at their variant-wise updated price list: –

MG Hector

MG HectorNew PricesPrice Difference
Petrol Variants
StyleRs 15 lakh+ Rs 27,000
ShineRs 16.29 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Shine CVTRs 17.49 lakh+ Rs 30,000
SmartRs 17.10 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Smart CVTRs 18.29 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Smart ProRs 18.29 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Sharp ProRs 19.75 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Sharp Pro CVTRs 21.08 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Savvy Pro CVTRs 22 lakh+ Rs 27,000
Diesel Variants
ShineRs 18.29 lakh+ Rs 30,000
SmartRs 19.30 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Shine ProRs 20.20 lakh+ Rs 20,000
Smart ProRs 21.70 lakh+ Rs 19,000
MG Hector SUV New Price List (November 2023)
  • The price hike for MG Hector ranges from Rs 19,000 to Rs 30,000, depending on the variant. With this, it now costs between Rs 15 – 21.70 lakh (ex-showroom).
2023 MG Hector Price
2023 MG Hector

MG Hector Plus

MG Hector PlusNew PricesPrice Difference
Petrol Variants
Smart (7-seater)Rs 17.80 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Sharp Pro (6/7-seater)Rs 20.45 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Sharp Pro CVT (6/7-seater)Rs 21.78 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Savvy Pro (6/7-seater)Rs 22.73 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Diesel Variants
Smart (7-seater)Rs 20 lakh+ Rs 24,000
Smart Pro (6-seater)Rs 21.10 lakh+ Rs 30,000
Sharp Pro (6/7-seater)Rs 22.51 lakh+ Rs 30,000
MG Hector Plus New Price List (November 2023)

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Save for the diesel-powered Smart trim, prices of all the variants of the MG Hector Plus have increased uniformly by Rs 30,000. With this, the MG Hector Plus now retails between Rs 14.73 lakh and Rs 22.21 lakh (ex-showroom).

Engine Options

MG offers both Hector and Hector Plus with two engine options: 1.5-litre turbo-petrol (143PS/250Nm), mated to either a 6-speed manual or a CVT automatic, and a 2-litre turbo-diesel (170PS/350Nm), paired with a 6-speed manual transmission only.


In the mid-size SUV segment, the MG Hector locks horn with the Tata Harrier, Jeep Compass, 5-seater Mahindra XUV700 and higher variants of Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Grand Vitara and Toyota Hyryder. On the other hand, the MG Hector Plus takes on the likes of Tata Safari, Hyundai Alcazar, and 7-seater variants of the Mahindra XUV700.