Tata Safari Vs MG Hector Plus: Price Comparison


We only compared the prices of the manual diesel variants for the two models, this is the most common, and the MG Hector Plus is more affordable than the Tata Safari.

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We compare the prices of manual diesel variants for the Tata Safari and MG Hector

The new Tata Safari has finally been launched in India and it rides directly against the MG Hector Plus which was already launched in India last month. Now both models are the six- or seven-seater version of their existing five-seater models, but there have been some updates to their dimensions and appearance. While the MG Hector Plus is slightly longer than the Hector, but the Tata Safari has increased 63mm above the Harrier and there have been some changes to the interior as well. Read on to find out how these three-row SUVs stack up against each other in terms of price.

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Also read: 2021 Tata Safari launched in India


Both models are offered with two-tone interiors and six- or seven-seat configurations.

Model Tata Safari MG Hector More
Prices ₹ 14.69 lakh – ₹ 20.20 lakh Lakh of € 13.74 – Lakh of € 19.22

The MG Hector is available in petrol and diesel versions, but the Tata Safari is only offered with a diesel engine. Next, Tata offers the Safari with manual and automatic transmission options, but the Hector Plus only gets a manual transmission as standard. Therefore, we only compared the prices of the manual diesel variants for both models and the MG Hector Plus is more affordable than the Tata Safari.


Both models are slightly longer than their five-seater versions.


Also read: Tata Safari vs MG Hector Plus: Specs Comparison

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The base variant of the MG Hector Plus reduces the base variant of the Tata Safari by ₹ 95,000, while the price difference to the high-end version increases slightly to ₹ 98,000. Mahindra is also gearing up to launch the next-gen XUV500 this year, which is expected to further heat up the segment and give stiff competition to its two rivals – the Tata Safari and the MG Hector Plus.

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