What is it?
In a nutshell, the MG Hector Plus is the new three-row, six-seat derivative of the Hector we’re all familiar with. The standard Hector’s rear bench seat makes way for a pair of captain’s chairs on the Hector Plus, while further back a duo of seats has been added to form the new third row. On paper, then, the Hector Plus is both, a more luxurious and a more practical Hector.
What’s it like on the outside?
First things first, the Hector Plus is not a stretched Hector. The Hector Plus is just as wide and tall as the standard model and shares the 2,750mm wheelbase as well. The Plus is all of 65mm longer, overall, but the increased length comes merely from the re-profiled bumpers.
Hector Plus identifiable by its frameless grille and redone front bumper.
So how do you tell a Hector Plus apart from a standard Hector? The basic size, shape and…