This electric car with 320KM range will save 15 lakhs in 5 years, price less than 12 lakhs, see 3 cheapest EVs

Renowned automobile companies of the country and the world are laying emphasis on manufacturing electric cars. Recently MG is going to bring its new electric car MG Comet. MG’s upcoming electric car is going to be in the budget of Rs 10-12 lakh. If you are planning to buy an electric car instead of petrol or diesel and are planning to buy a new electric car in a low budget, then we are telling you about the three cheapest electric cars, including Tata Tiago EV, Citroen eC3 and Upcoming MG Comet.

MG Comet: Talking about power and specifications, the MG Comet will get a 50kW motor which will come with a 25kWh battery. Talking about the range, it will provide 250km range once charged. MG Comet may enter India in the second quarter of 2023. Talking about the price, the estimated ex-showroom price of MG Comet can be 10 lakh to 15 lakh rupees.

Tata Tiago EV: Talking about power and specifications Tata Tiago EV The two battery packs come in 19.2kWh and 24kWh. It can provide a range of up to 250km and 315km in a single charge. The starting ex-showroom price of Tata Tiago EV is Rs 8.69 lakh.

Citroën eC3: Talking about power and specifications Citroën eC3 29.2kWh battery pack has been given in it. According to Citroen, the eC3 can do 0-60kmph in just 6.8 seconds. The eC3 can be fully charged in 10.5 hours with the help of 3.3kW AC home charging. It can provide a range of 320 km on a single charge. Talking about the price, the starting ex-showroom price of Citroen eC3 is Rs 11.5 lakh. According to Citroen’s savings calculator, if a customer drives 150 KM a day and the average petrol price in New-Delhi is Rs 96.72 per liter, then using the Citroen eC3 in 5 years will save Rs 1,52,0453 as compared to a petrol car Can save. This is an average savings figure which may fluctuate in real time.



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