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MG Hector Plus Vs Hector 5-Seater – Top 4 Differences

MG Hector Plus Vs Hector

MG Hector Plus, the 6/7-seater version of the Hector SUV, was recently unveiled at the Delhi Auto Expo 2020. While the 6-seater model is slated to go on sale in the third quarter of 2020, the 7-seater variant will come during this year’s festive season.

Most of the design bits and features of the Hector Plus are exactly similar to the Hector 5-seater. In fact, the engine setup is also carried over from the standard model. Though, there are 4 major differences that we have listed below.

MG Hector Plus Launch Date

1. Longer

The overall length of the Hector Plus stands at 4,695mm, which is 40mm longer than the Hector 5-seater. Though, the width, height and wheelbase remain unchanged. The 6-seater version measures 1,835mm in width, 1,760mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,750mm. Both models come with a ground clearance of 198mm. Read – 10 Facts About MG Gloster 7-Seater SUV

2. Third Row Seats

Unlike the standard Hector, the MG Hector Plus 6-seater SUV offers third row seats with 50:50 split ratio. There will be an additional joint seat for accommodating two extra passengers. The 7-seater version, on the other hand, will come with 60:40 split bench seats.

MG Hector Plus

3. Slightly Tweaked Design

Visually, the Hector Plus appears slightly longer and different than the standard model. The former carries an all-black grille without chrome surround, headlamps and fog lamps with new triangular design, newly-designed bumper and thicker LED DRLs. Styling elements such as LED light bar on tailgate and slightly repositioned reverse light and reflectors further mark distinction to its looks. Read – 5 Things To Know About MG 360M (Ertiga Rival)

4. Premium Pricing

Compared to the 5-seater model, the MG Hector Plus 6-seater will be priced premium around Rs 1 lakh. Prices of the standard version start from Rs 12.73 lakh and go up to Rs 17.43 lakh (ex-showroom). The 6-seater version will take head-to-head against the upcoming SUVs like Tata Gravitas, new Mahindra XUV500 and Ford’s XUV500 based SUV.

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