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MG Hector Now Rs 95,000 More Affordable; Two New Variants Introduced

MG Motor India has announced a Rs 95,000 price cut for the entry-level Style variant of the Hector SUV, bringing its starting price down to Rs 14 lakh (ex-showroom). This is the second price cut for Hector in the last two months. In addition, the company has also introduced two new variants to its lineup – Shine Pro and Select Pro, replacing the Shine and Smart variants, respectively.

Here’s a look at its revised price list: –

MG Hector VariantsPetrol-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 lakhRs 20 lakh
Sharp ProRs 19.70 lakhRs 21 lakhRs 21.70 lakh
Savvy ProRs 21.95 lakh
MG Hector New Price List (March 2024)

MG Hector Shine Pro, Selecr Pro Variants – What’s New?

  • To start with, the petrol version of the Shine Pro is up to Rs 44,000 more affordable than the now-discontinued Shine petrol trim. On the other hand, its diesel iteration is Rs 20,000 more expensive than the outgoing Shine diesel.
2024 MG Hector Shine Pro interior
  • Compared to the outgoing Shine variant, the new MG Hector Shine Pro variant is better loaded, with features like LED projector headlamps, LED DRLs, sequential turn indicators, 17-inch alloy wheels, front & rear fog lamps, 7-inch digital driver’s display, 1 14-inch infotainment with wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, wireless smartphone charger, push-button start, single-pane electric sunroof, 6-speaker sound system, and cruise control.
  • Speaking of the new Hector Select Pro variant, it is priced up to Rs 25,000 higher than the outgoing Smart variant.
  • Placed above the new Shine Pro variant, the Select Pro trim offers larger 18-inch alloys, panoramic sunroof, connected car tech, 8-speaker sound system with woofer & amplifier and LED reading lights inside.

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Any Mechanical Changes?

No, MG hasn’t made any changes underneath the hood. The Hector continues to be powered by the same 143PS 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol and 170PS 2-litre turbocharged diesel engine as earlier, paired with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard. The gasoline motor also gets an optional CVT automatic transmission.


In the mid-size SUV segment, the MG Hector faces competition from the Tata Harrier, 5-seater variants of Mahindra XUV700 and Jeep Compass.

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