Morris Garages launched the Hector Plus in July 2020 at a special introductory price which starts from Rs 13.49 lakh (ex-showroom). Now the golden period has ended as the company has increased the prices of the 6 seater Hector SUV by up to Rs 45,000.
Here have a look at the revised price list:-
MG Hector Plus Petrol variants
Rs 13.49 lakh
Rs 13.73 lakh
Rs 16.65 lakh
Rs 16.69 lakh
|Sharp- Hybrid||Manual||Rs 17.29 lakh||Rs 17.38 lakh||Rs 9,000|
Rs 18.21 lakh
Rs 18.35 lakh
|Gearbox||Old Price||New Price||Difference|
Rs 14.44 lakh
Rs 14.89 lakh
Rs 15.65 lakh
Rs 15.69 lakh
Rs 17.15 lakh
Rs 17.19 lakh
Rs 18.54 lakh
Rs 18.68 lakh
Price of base-spec Style diesel variant carries the maximum premium of Rs 45,000. While the price of base Style petrol variant hiked by Rs 24,000.
The mid-spec Super (diesel), Smart (petrol-DCT) and Smart (diesel) demand a price rise of Rs 4,000.
Prices of Sharp (diesel) and Sharp (petrol-hybrid) have been hiked by Rs 14,000 respectively.
As it is clear from the above tables, MG Hector plus comes with both petrol and diesel engine. Its petrol motor also gets 48-V mild-hybrid technology in Sharp variant. Both the powering units are the same as the 5-seater Hector. Their specifications are as follows:-
1.5-litre Turbo-Petrol With Mild Hybrid
The diesel engine is available with all four variants. However, it only comes mated with a 6-manual gearbox. On the other hand, the 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine is offered with Style, Smart & Sharp variants. One can also opt for this petrol motor with 48V mild-hybrid system coupled to a 6-speed manual gearbox, that too with top-spec Sharp variant only.
The Hector Plus compete against the likes of the Mahindra XUV500 and Toyota Innova Crysta. Soon the 6/7 seater versions of Tata Harrier called ''Tata Gravitas'' will also join the race. To know how well it stands against the competition, click here.