(Morris Garages) Motor India has launched the Hector connected SUV at a an introductory
price of Rs 12.18 lakh to Rs 16.88 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
prices of all the variants are given below:
MG HECTOR Ex-Showroom
Delhi Prices (INR Lacs)
Petrol Hybrid MT
MG Hector, India’s first internet car, has been launched with a vehicle
ownership package-the “MG Shield”. It provides private owners free-of-charge 5-year
comprehensive manufacturer warranty for unlimited kilometers – the best factory
warranty for any vehicle sold in India. It also includes round-the-clock roadside
assistance (RSA) for a period of 5 years and n olabour charges for the first 5
scheduled vehicle services.
Hector further offers prepaid maintenance plans starting as low as Rs 8,000 for
the first three years. Its total cost of ownership (TCO) is the lowest in the
segment starting at Rs 45 paise per kilometer for the petrol and at Rs 49 paise
per kilometer for the diesel.
addition, MG assures customers of the resale value of the Hector at a
compelling value proposition under the “3-60” plan. Under this plan, MG has
tied up with an automotive portal and the latter will buyback the MG Hector at
a residual value of 60% upon completion of three years of ownership. All these
elements under “MG Shield” are aimed at enhancing the customer experience and
providing complete peace of mind.
MG Hector was launched in the presence of Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing
Director, MG Motor India.
‘Made in India’ MG Hector is available in a total of 11 combinations across 4
variants namely Style, Super, Smart and Sharp. It comes with 3 engine options -
Petrol, Petrol Hybrid and Diesel. The petrol is available in both manual and
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