MG Motor India finally launched the much-awaited 7-seater Hector 2021 model of the current Hector Plus available in the Indian market. The launch took place on January 7 (Thursday).
The company has launched different products too in the past such as ZS EV & Gloster Premium SUV. But none of them became as popular as Hector, the debut car in the Indian market. It has remained the most sold product for MG Motor in India.
Features of Hector Plus 7-Seater 2021
The company introduced Hector in India way back in 2018. And now MG Motor has launched an updated, more elegant, bigger Hector 2021 that is built on its predecessor’s strength. The new Hector receives a new thermo-speed front grille, front and rear skid plate coloured in grey, and a non-reflective strip that connects its taillights.
The previous model of the Hector had one shortcoming – the large frame of the car was sitting on the set of 17-inch alloy wheels that made it look smaller than it actually was. However, the company has upgraded the wheels and replaced the 17-inch alloys with 18-inch.
Cabin Features of Hector 2021
Apart from the exciting and sporty features on the exterior, the Hector 2021 offers a lot more to like on the inside. The customers will get the to option to choose an all-black colour theme along with an elegant dual-tone colour option.
The most unique feature that Hector 2021 offers in the SUV segment is the “Hinglish” voice recognition.
The company has added a good amount of cushioning to the seats that enhances comfort levels for the occupants. And all four doors will offer ambient lighting. It also offers wireless mobile charging for compatible mobiles.
Pricing & Engine Variants of Hector 2021
The new Hector 2021 comes in two engine variants and one hybrid power option. It offers a 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine with manual transmission(Style variant), a 2.0-litre diesel turbo engine with manual transmission(Sharp variant). The SUV is also available in hybrid petrol option for its Super, Smart & Sharp variants.
Talking about the price, the 1.5-litre variant comes with a starting price tag of Rs 12.89 lakh and the price goes up to Rs 18.32 lakh for the 2.0-litre variant. However, the dual-tone variants will cost Rs 20,000 more than the base models.