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The MG Hector is one of the 5 different models from the house of MG. Prices for this SUV start from Rs 13.5 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 14 different versions. The transmission options on the MG Hector include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Hector offers a max power of 141bhp. Some of the main rivals include Mahindra Thar and Tata Harrier.
MG Hector have 14 variants ranging from Rs. 13.50 Lakh to Rs. 19.36 Lakh. Under the hood, Hector is powered by a 4 cylinder, 1500 cc, 1451 cc, 4 Cylinders Inline, 4 Valves/Cylinder, DOHC. It is able to produce 250NM torque and 141bhp power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 14.16 kmpl. MG Hector can store up to 60 Litres fuel in one go at max.
This SUV car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), ASR / Traction Control, Auto-Dimming Rear-View Mirror, Central Locking, EBA (Electronic Brake Assist), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Hill Assist, ISOFIX (Child-Seat Mount), 2 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Hector have Adjustable Headrests, Glove Box Cooling, Navigation System, 12v Power Outlet.
Performance of Hector is backed by a 6 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.
Hector is a 5 seater car with Rake Adjustable steering, Power Steering, Power Windows, With cup holders Rear Amrest, Driver's seat heigth adjust.
MG Hector is a 5 door car which has front Ventilated Disc brakes, Independent& Mc Pherson Struts& Coil-Springs suspensions and rear Ventilated Disc brakes, Semi Independent Helical Spring Torsion Beam suspensions with 215/60 R17 Steel Wheels.
Hector has 587 Litres Boot Space, 60 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 192 mm Ground Clearance, 1760 mm Height, 1630 Kg Kerb Weight, 4655 mm Length, 2750 mm Wheelbase, 1835 mm Width.
Hector is available in India starting from Rs. 13.50 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being 1.5L Petrol TCIC MT Style. Most expensive variant of Hector is 2.0L Diesel MT Sharp priced at Rs. 19.36 Lakh.
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Price of MG Hector in India ranges between Rs. 13.50 Lakh and Rs. 19.36 Lakh. Least expensive variant is 1.5L Petrol TCIC MT Style and most expensive variant is 2.0L Diesel MT Sharp. MG Hector is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 27.69 K with 8.5% interest rate.
|1.5L Petrol TCIC MT Style||Petrol,Upto 14.16,Manual||₹ 13.50 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol MT Shine||Petrol,Upto 14.16,Manual||₹ 14.52 Lakh|
|2.0L Diesel MT Style||Diesel,Upto 17.41,Manual||₹ 14.99 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol CVT Shine||Petrol,Upto 13.96,Automatic||₹ 15.72 Lakh|
|2.0L Diesel MT Super||Diesel,Upto 17.41,Manual||₹ 16.00 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol TCIC MT Hybrid Smart||Petrol,Upto 15.81,Manual||₹ 16.38 Lakh|
|2.0L Diesel MT Shine||Diesel,Upto 17.41,Manual||₹ 16.50 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol TCIC CVT Smart||Petrol,Upto 14.16,Automatic||₹ 17.00 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol TCIC DCT Smart||Petrol,Upto 13.96,Automatic||₹ 17.00 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol TCIC MT Hybrid Sharp||Petrol,Upto 15.81,Manual||₹ 17.70 Lakh|
|2.0L Diesel MT Smart||Diesel,Upto 17.41,Manual||₹ 17.95 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol TCIC CVT Sharp||Petrol,Upto 13.96,Automatic||₹ 18.70 Lakh|
|1.5L Petrol TCIC DCT Sharp||Petrol,Upto 14.16,Automatic||₹ 18.70 Lakh|
|2.0L Diesel MT Sharp||Diesel,Upto 17.41,Manual||₹ 19.36 Lakh|
With the facelift, the MG Hector received a refreshed front bumper, updated grille, new alloy wheels and some minor revisions for the rear profile. However, it’s important to note here that these updates haven’t really changed the basic visual identity of the SUV. The front fascia continues to look bold with the multi-tier lighting setup with the LED DRLs at the hood level and the main beams at a lower position. Giving a bold character to the nose, however, is a chrome grille that makes the SUV look really very butch.
The side profile has a MPVish look but with the advent of the 18-inch alloy wheels with the facelift, the Hector has started looking a bit less slab-sided. The rear-end will remind you of the older generation of the Audi Q5 but the sleek taillamps, combined with the faux skid plate and a well-sculpted boot, makes this SUV look sufficiently upmarket. Overall, the MG Hector enjoys a strong road presence due to its big dimensions and the loud chrome-laden front-end. Even features like the dynamic turn signals and the sporty spoiler lend this SUV a pretty sporty touch, but we aren’t big fans of those ‘Internet Inside’ badges.
The MG Hector looks sufficiently premium due to the butch front-end and the Audi Q5-inspired rear but the side profile is slightly MPVish even after receiving a bigger set of alloy wheels.
One thing that you’re sure to notice as soon as you get into any of the front seats is the huge 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment unit. The touchscreen will offer a range of features such as aircon controls, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and navigation options. The options list includes a 360-degree camera display, iSMART connected apps, rain-sensing wipers, a large panoramic sunroof, cruise control, ambient lighting and an electric tailgate. The facelift that was launched in January 2021 brought with it a handful of additional features in the form of ventilated front seats, wireless smartphone charger, dual-tone beige-black upholstery and leather seats. Moreover, Hector has received support for a set of Hinglish voice commands like “Hello MG, Sunroof khol do.
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The large dimensions translate into a very spacious cabin, both at the front as well as the rear. The seats are pretty supportive with the right amount of cushioning and will keep you comfortable on long road trips. There’s plenty of storage space with many cubby holes strewn across the cabin. Moreover, the boot space is a massive 587-litre with all the rows up and can carry a lot of luggage.
The only strange bit here is the carmaker offering tachometer movement in an anti-clockwise movement. What this leads to is the speedo and the tacho needle moving in opposite directions. Thankfully, the 7-inch MID offers attractive graphics with a neat layout. It also offers a host of information including navigation alerts, tyre pressure status and navigational alerts.
MG Hector offers a spacious cabin and a feature-laden cabin that keeps all occupants comfortable even on long road trips.
The MG Hector has been on sale with as many as three engine options – 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre petrol hybrid and 2.0-litre diesel. Among these, our favourite is the Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre Multijet motor that is found even under the hoods of Jeep Compass and Tata Harrier. For the Hector, this oil-burner outputs 170 PS-350 Nm. The oil-burner offers a strong performance with decent refinement for a diesel engine. The turbo-lag is well-contained and even the in-gear acceleration is pretty strong. The only grouse we have is with the very sharp clutch.
The petrol engine is also pretty smooth and the NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) levels are quite low. However, in spite of the petrol variant having a lower kerb weight, the 100 Nm difference in the torque output of the micro-hybrid-equipped version and the diesel variant is highly felt. That said, in most conditions, the petrol motor will feel adequately powerful and even impress with the high refinement. The transmission offers a smooth experience and even the clutch action is better. The carmaker claims a 12 percent increase in efficiency through the 48V mild-hybrid setup along with a 11 per cent drop in the CO2 emissions. The 6-speed dual-clutch transmission performs efficiency but won’t feel as sharp as DSG or DCT units from VW Group and Hyundai, respectively. The CVT offers a jerk-free performance and works best for urban use.
Thanks to multiple engine-gearbox combinations on offer, it gets fairly easy for buyers to choose the variant that best suits their usage pattern.
The MG Hector isn’t too poised around the corners; and in spite of sufficiently powerful engine options, it’s no driver’s car. The high ride height and the long overhangs, along with the soft suspension setting, have led to a high body roll. The plus side of the softly sprung suspension is that the car keeps everyone comfortable on broken roads. Even the light steering won’t be a delight to the driving enthusiasts but it helps one easily make his way through the crowded city streets.
The high-speed stability is nothing to write home about. While things never get too unnerving, the Hector doesn’t feel as confident as either the Compass or the Harrier. There’s even a lot of understeer in the corners, which, together with the high body roll, will keep you from going fast on mountain roads. Overall, the ride-handling package comes across as a mixed bag. The soft suspension keeps everyone comfortable at low-to-moderate speeds but the high body-roll and rather ordinary high speed stability will definitely leave the driver wanting for more. Plus, the light steering that acts as a boon in the city plays a huge spoilsport at high speeds.
The MG Hector will keep all occupants fairly comfortable in urban conditions but the driving enthusiasts will be left disappointed with the SUV high-speed handling characteristics.
MG Hector is yet to be tested by Global NCAP but the gamut of passive and active safety features it comes with should work well to offer protection to the occupants in an unfortunate event of a crash. Highlights of the standard safety equipment list includes - Dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX child seat anchors and rear parking sensors. The higher versions even get side and curtain airbags, electronic stability control, traction control, hill hold control, 360-degree camera, and fatigue warning.
Moreover, the connected features suite offers emergency calling facility. Plus, one even benefits from geo-fencing and vehicle collision alarm features. Finally, there’s even an app to track stolen vehicles in case of theft.
The MG Hector is yet to be tested by Global NCAP but comes with a handful of active and passive safety features.
|On Road Price of MG Hector||₹ 13.50 Lakh|
|Service Cost**||₹ 25.45 K|
|Total Ownership Cost||₹ 13.75 Lakh|
** First 5 Years Service cost
Good this car. But safety is 4.5 star honi chaie
This car is very much luxurious but is quite highly priced considering the indian market but the features this company gives are really good .
A fantastic car with a lot of features. The driving comfort is the greatest in its class.
Great car with premium features and very comfortable for long drive.
I loved this car& its very comfortable& safe& having luxurious features and very spacious too
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The on-road price of MG Hector Diesel Super variant is Rs 1,970,754. You can find full details here - https://www.91wheels.com/cars/mg/hector/price-in-shimoga
MG Hector starts from on-road price of Rs 16.02 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the 1.5L Petrol TCIC MT Style. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.
The mileage of MG Hector is 17.41 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of MG Hector might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.
Yes, MG Hector has 5 variants with automatic transmision.The MG Hector has 5 petrol variants with automatic transmission.
The exchange value of MG Hector is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.
|New Delhi||₹ 16.02 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 15.95 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 16.22 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 15.68 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 15.68 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 15.14 Lakh onwards|
|Jaipur||₹ 15.68 Lakh onwards|
|Chennai||₹ 16.36 Lakh onwards|
|Bangalore||₹ 16.63 Lakh onwards|
|Lucknow||₹ 15.68 Lakh onwards|