MG Hector Plus starts reaching dealerships: Walkaround video

MG Motor had a very good start in Indian market last year with Hector SUV. They later launched ZS EV SUV earlier this year and unveiled their third product – Hector Plus at the Auto Expo 2020. MG Motor has now officially launched the SUV in the market and has priced itvery competitively. Prices for the MG Hector Plus now starts at Rs 13.49 lakh, ex-showroom and go up to Rs 18.54 lakh, ex-showroom. Post the official launch, the Hector Plus has started reaching dealerships and here we have two walkaround videos of the Hector Plus that shows the SUV inside out.

Both the videos have been uploaded by AutoTrend TV on their youtube channel. The first video shows the car in Silver shade and the second video shows it in Blue as well as Silver. The blue shade which they call as starry sky blue looks very attractive on this new SUV.The video starts by showing the exterior. MG Hector Plus gets a slightly revised front fascia with a much bigger front grille, redesigned DRLs, headlamps and bumper.

Not much has changed on the side profile of the car and apart from the length which as slightly increased because of the new bumper. Coming to the rear, a redesigned LED tail light, and revised bumper with LED lights can be seen. The Smart Swipe feature on the MG Hector Plus is a segment first.

On the inside, the basic layout of the dashboard remains the same but, the Hector Plus gets a tan leather interiors which makes it look much more premium than regular Hector. The main attraction on Hector Plus is the second and third row of seats. Hector Plus is a six seater SUV and the second row passengers get captain seats which are much more comfortable than the regular bench seats.

Third row seats can accommodate two passengers at ease. In terms of features, it gets an updated touchscreen infotainment screen with updated chit chat feature. It gets electrically adjustable driver and co-driver seat and a huge panoramic sunroof. The engine available on Hector Plus is the same as regular Hector. It is powered by a 1.5 litre turbo petrol which is available in both hybrid and non- hybrid versions and a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine. Only the petrol non-hybrid version is available with a 7-speed DCT gearbox option.