21 Apr 2021 Shakti Nath Jha
Updated on April 21, 2021 - MG Motor India has recently hiked the price of the Hector and Hector Plus massively. You can check out the latest prices of these mid-size SUVs by clicking HERE. Now, as you have done that, you can keep scrolling down to check out the MG Hector and Hector Plus Petrol CVT vs DCT comparison.
Original Article - February 11, 2021; Just last month, MG Motor India launched the new 2021 MG Hector Facelift and Hector Plus seven-seater SUV in India. For the year 2021, the Hector got a new front fascia, some subtle cosmetic updates, an all-new colour scheme for the interiors, some new features, etc. But, hold on as MG has something more for you. The company has today launched the Petrol CVT variants of the Hector series and they will be sold alongside the DCT variants. So, today in this article, we will be comparing the price of the new 2021 MG Hector and Hector Plus' Petrol CVT vs DCT variants.
MG Hector Petrol CVT vs DCT - Price Comparison
|MG Hector Facelift Petrol Automatic Variants||CVT (Price Ex-showroom Delhi)||DCT (Price Ex-showroom Delhi)||Price Difference|
|Smart||Rs. 16,51,800||Rs. 16,51,800||Not at all|
|Sharp||Rs. 18,09,800||Rs. 18,09,800||Not at all|
MG Hector Plus Petrol CVT vs DCT - Price Comparison
|MG Hector Plus Petrol Automatic Variants||CVT (Price Ex-showroom Delhi)||DCT (Price Ex-showroom Delhi)||Price Difference|
|Smart||Rs. 17,21,800||Rs. 17,21,800||Not at all|
|Sharp||Rs. 18,89,800||Rs. 18,89,800||Not at all|
Now, as we are done with the price comparison, let's talk what's new in the Hector family. So, the MG Hector and the Hector Plus now get Petrol CVT variants that will be sold alongside the Petrol DCT variants. While the DCT variants are targeted towards those buyers who prefer a sporty drive and who do more highway runs, the CVT is more focused towards those buyers who mostly do city runabouts. The Hector and the Hector Plus gets a BS6 compliant 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine. This motor churns out 143 PS of power (147 PS with CVT) and 250 Nm of peak torque. The petrol mill is also available with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system in both these SUVs.
In MG Hector and Hector Plus six-seater SUV, the non-hybrid petrol motor now comes paired to a six-speed DCT (dual-clutch transmission), a six-speed manual gearbox and new 8-step CVT (continuously variable transmission) while the petrol hybrid gets a six-speed manual gearbox only. The CVT of the Hector family gets three driving modes, namely Eco, Drive and Sport. The Hector family also gets a BS6 compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine that churns out 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The diesel mill comes mated to a six-speed manual gearbox only.
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