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Quick comparison for people who wants to buy an EV

Fuel prices are increasing day after day with no sign of slowing down, this has made people think of using cars with alternate fuel options like CNG and EV, while the CNG cars are priced very reasonable and are cheaper than any EV but they lack in the power and people mostly tend to use them as commercial vehicles and also the CNG vehicles aren’t available in SUV if you go with the trend. And  If you are even remotely thinking of buying an EV then you should probably read this quick comparison between all the EVs available at the moment in India. Although they are only a handful of them available, namely the most affordable Tata Tigor EV, Tata Nexon EV, MG ZS EV and lastly Hyundai Kona EV, while there are more options like Jaguar I-pace and Audi e-Tron but they are more in the luxury section rather the EV section.

Starting off this quick comparison with the most affordable electric car to the less affordable more luxurious

Tata Tigor EV

PriceRs. 9 to 10 lakh ex-showroom
Battery26 kWh
Range250 km (As claimed by the company)
Charging time (Fast charger)80% in just 60 mins
Charging time (normal charger)80% in 8.5 hrs
Power129 PS
Torque245 Nm

Tata Nexon EV

PriceRs. 13.99 to 16.85 lakh ex-showroom
Battery30.2 kWh
Range312 km (As claimed by the company)
Charging time (Fast charger)80% in just 60 mins
Charging time (normal charger)100% in 8 hrs
Power129 PS
Torque245 Nm

MG ZS EV

PriceRs. 20.99 to 24.18 lakh ex-showroom
Battery44 kWh
Range340 km (As claimed by the company)
Charging time (Fast charger)80% in just 50 mins
Charging time (normal charger)100% in 6 to 8 hrs
Power143 PS
Torque353 Nm

Hyundai Kona EV

PriceRs. 23.79 to 23.97 lakh ex-showroom
Battery39.2 kWh
Range452 km (As claimed by the company)
Charging time (Fast charger)80% in just 57 mins
Charging time (normal charger)100% in 6 to 10 hrs
Power136 PS
Torque395 Nm

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