auto news desk, MG Motor has recently launched the new Hector in India and it is the most popular car of the company, which has been made many changes like new exterior and interior. So here we are going to tell you the differences between the old and the new Hector, so that you can understand the changes made by the company in the new car.
MG Hector new and old look
The new Hector is instantly recognizable by its new and bigger front grille, which covers almost the entire front end. Which is capable of attracting more people’s attention than the small grill given in his old car. Apart from the grille, the front bumper has also been changed. While the split headlamp/DRL treatment has been retained from the old Hector, the side view mirrors have also been retained.
New and Used MG Hector Interior
The new MG Hector also sees a good change in terms of better quality, design and other things. We love the new airvents, while the dual-tone look makes it feel more premium. Of course, what catches the most attention is the new 14-inch HD touchscreen and the new digital instrument cluster.
New and Used MG Hector Engines
There are no changes here, as the Hector continues with the 1.5L turbo petrol line-up. However, there is no mild hybrid on offer anymore, while the 2.0-litre diesel continues. The petrol comes mated to a CVT automatic. While the DCT petrol is no longer available unlike the earlier Hector, which originally came with the DCT petrol. Diesel remains manual only.
New and Used MG Hector Price
The new Hector is priced at Rs. 14.7 lakh, while its top-end variant costs Rs. 21.7 lakhs which is higher than the price of the old Hector. But there are many changes like new look, more features and bigger screen.