Get Ready To Pay More For The Recently Launched MG Hector

Barely a month after launch, the facelifted Hector sees a price hike


  • Prices of base-spec Style and Super variants remain unchanged.

  • Rest of the variants have become dearer Rs 10,000.

  • The Hector rivals the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier, and Mahindra XUV500.

When Morris Garages gave the Hector SUV a mild midlife facelift in January, the upgrades came at a premium of up to Rs 44,000. It’s barely been a month since then, but MG has already hiked the prices of select variants. Here’s how the SUV is priced now:


Old Price

New Price



Rs 12.90 lakh



Rs 13.89 lakh


Smart DCT

Rs 16.42 lakh

Rs 16.52 lakh

Rs 10,000

Sharp DCT

Rs 18 lakh

Rs 18.10  lakh

Rs 10,000

Sharp DCT Dual Tone

Rs 18.20 lakh

Rs 18.30  lakh

Rs 10,000

Petrol - Hybrid





Rs 14.40 lakh



Rs 15.66 lakh

Rs 15.76 lakh

Rs 10,000


Rs 17 lakh

Rs 17.10 lakh

Rs 10,000






Rs 14.21 lakh



Rs 15.31 lakh



Rs 16.92 lakh

Rs 17.02 lakh

Rs 10,000


Rs 18.33 lakh

Rs 18.43 lakh

Rs 10,000

Sharp Dual Tone

Rs 18.53 lakh

Rs 18.63 lakh

Rs 10,000

All prices, ex-showroom

Prices of the Style and Super variants have remained unchanged for the petrol, petrol hybrid, and diesel engine options. Rest of the variants see a price hike of Rs 10,000. The MG Hector now retails from Rs 12.90 lakh to Rs 18.63 lakh (ex-showroom).


The facelifted MG Hector sees several upgrades in the form of larger 18-inch wheels, a chrome studded grille from the Hector Plus, a gloss black trim replacing the gaudy red strip at the rear, and a new black-creme dual-tone cabin colour scheme. It also gets ventilated front seats, Hinglish voice commands, a wireless phone charger, and an auto-dimming IRVM. It retains bits like a 10.4-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, an Infinity sound system, ambient lighting, and a powered driver’s seat. 

Mechanically, it remains the same. It comes with a 170PS 2.0-litre diesel engine and a 143PS 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine with the option of a 48v mild-hybrid system. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual as standard and a DCT option exclusive to the petrol motor.

The MG Hector rivals the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier, and the Mahindra XUV500 that’s set to get a generational update later this year. 

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