MG Hector Plus bookings are open just ahead of launch.

MG Hector Plus
This will be more longer and more feature rich to its little sister.

MG Hector Plus

The MG Hector Plus is awaited for a long time and due to Coronavirus spread it got delayed even more but now the booking of this large six-seater car is now open just ahead of launch. This car shares its design language and features to its sister Hector but offers more features and a new leather interior too. The booking can be done via MG’s website with a token amount of Rs 50,000.

What are the changes in design?

In MG Hector Plus, there is a large grille with upgraded headlamp and DRLs along with floating turn indicators. There aren’t any changes in the bumper it remained the same. The main change you can notice is the side profile after having a look at its increased length. The alloy wheels are the same 16 inches diamond cut and no other sort of special treatment.

The rear is completely changed, where the tailgate and the bumper are redesigned to a newer look but the tail lamps remain the same. One more change you can easily get is the red strip that joints the tail lamps in the Hector.

What are the changes in the interior?

There are only two or three major changes we getting in the interior. As its a long car in length and offers three-row of seating capacity in 2x2x2 format with captain seats and they are really comfortable. It also gets a new brown leatherette upholstery that does look premium and gives a plush feel to the occupants on board. Other than that, all is the same that we are getting in the 5-seater, Hector.

Engine and Transmission

The MG Hector Plus will be equipped with the same engine options as the 5-seater Hector have but there are no non-hybrid petrol manual versions are available in the Hector plus right now. But buyers have the option to choose one from two.

Apart from this, the 1.5-liter turbo petrol produces 143 BHP and 250 Nm of torque and the 2.0-diesel produces 170 BHP and 350 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed manual and 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Rivals

The MG Hector Plus will compete with Mahindra XUV 500, upcoming Tata Gravitas, Upcoming Hyundai Creta seven-seaters, and the Toyota Innova Crysta.

Here are some Interior looks:

MG Hector Plus
The Portrait tablet style infotainment cluster do look dope.
MG Hector Plus
Brown leatherette upholstery feel premium and makes the cabin feel airy.

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