MG has launched the facelifted Hector from Rs 12.89 lakh to Rs 18.32 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). as compared to the pre-facelift model, the costs have increased by up to Rs 44,000 only. The manufacturer made its India debut 18 months ago with the Hector. Over this era , it’s managed to stay the simplest selling mid-size SUV. within the last half of 2020, the carmaker introduced its 6-seater variant, the Hector Plus. Here is that the detailed variant-wise price list:
The facelift gets changes within the sort of cosmetic enhancements, new features also as new Hinglish voice commands. It also gets a replacement chrome-studded front grille, new 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, skid plates at the front and back, scuff plates on each side , and a replacement glossy black tailgate garnish. The upgrades on the outside are subtle yet noticeable. The recently introduced starry blue colour on the Hector Plus will now also come on the Hector. Additionally, it’ll be available in red/black and white/black dual-tone colour options.
The cabin also sees several changes. The facelift now flaunts a dual-tone champagne and black theme. New features include wireless charging, enhanced thigh support, ventilated seats, remote via smartwatch, and auto-dimming interior rear-view mirror. The vertical touchscreen infotainment unit now supports 31 Hinglish voice commands, a segment-first feature. Here is that the list of the new commands:
Other existing features include a panoramic sunroof, semi-digital instrument cluster, traction control, 10.4-inch vertical touchscreen infotainment with connected car technology, TPMS, 360-degree parking camera, electrically adjustable front seats, disc brakes on all four-wheels, six airbags, and interior ambient lighting.