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Electric Cars

Electric Cars in India

Here is a list of 8 electric cars available in India in the price range of Rs. 4.50 Lakh - Rs. 1.12 Crore. The most popular electric cars include Hyundai Kona Electric (Rs. 23.77 Lakh), Jaguar I-Pace (Rs. 1.05 Crore) and Mercedes-Benz EQC (Rs. 1.04 Crore). The top brands that produce electric cars are Hyundai, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, MG, Mahindra. Check out best electric cars in India from Hyundai Kona Electric to Tata Nexon EV.

Top Electric Cars Price in India 2021

ModelEx-showroom Price
Hyundai Kona ElectricRs. 23.77 - 23.96 Lakh
Jaguar I-PaceRs. 1.05 - 1.12 Crore
Mercedes-Benz EQCRs. 1.04 Crore
Strom Motors R3Rs. 4.50 Lakh
MG ZS EVRs. 20.99 - 24.18 Lakh
Mahindra E VeritoRs. 10.15 - 10.49 Lakh
Tata Tigor EVRs. 9.58 - 9.90 Lakh
Tata Nexon EVRs. 13.99 - 16.40 Lakh

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Electric Cars User Reviews

  • Kona
    4.2
    29 reviews
    Kona

    NEVER BUY THIS CAR FROM CHANDIGARH VERY POOR TEAM EFFICIENCY., DONT TRUST THERE PROMISES AND OFFERS ALL MANUPLATED AT TIME OF DELIVERY AND NO PROPER SERVICE , NO INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT PUNJAB

    Singh
    Singh 1 year ago
    Kona User Reviews
  • ZS EV
    4.4
    26 reviews
    ZS EV

    Comfortable, Responsive, Quiet and lovely to drive.I wouldn't go back to a petrol car.The interactive screen should be improved and it would benefit from auto-drive (as with tesla).Wipers and heated wing mirrors would also be a benefit.Mg needs to get more responsible dealers on board.Where i got mine, They are a bunch of !@#$%.1st car i actually enjoy driving and i have tried a lot, From c****y nissan's through to lambo's.135 plus miles per charge, Depending how you drive it.If you drive flat out around 110-115.Paying attention to limits and the road ahead you'll easily get 140miles out of it.It prefers a reasonable pace of acceleration, So don't think keeping the needle in the 10% efficiency range is best, Its not.As you need to keep your foot on the pedal for longer.Not maxing out, But say up to 50%initially, Then dropping to 20%, Seems to work best giving momentum, Quite often means you can either drop to 0% or go into charging mode, Depending on gradient and other traffic.1 thing that i didn't realise until talking to my neighbour who has vw electric van and other electric car owners.The size and power of the battery depends on how much and how quickly you can charge.At home it was costing me roughly £1 to get a full charge, My neighbour £8.Tesla's have more range, But because of the extra power as with my neighbour, They cost more to charge per comparative mile as well.Since receiving my first 4 months electric bill i have changed provider and haven't checked the latest 8 months.I may being paying more because of the current provider.

    Rob
    Rob 3 months ago
    ZS EV User Reviews
  • Nexon EV
    4.1
    47 reviews
    Nexon EV

    Guys this is my personal experience please do not buy it i have purchase this car on 24/10/2020 i found this is not running properly and suddenly its gone break down i called team and they have take it for servay and after 8 days its sudden stop on road and they again take it and admit is like patient 😀 😄 my recommendations is do not buy it this is very bad car

    Jangu
    Jangu 6 months ago
    Nexon EV User Reviews
  • Kona
    4.2
    29 reviews
    Kona

    NEVER BUY THIS CAR FROM CHANDIGARH VERY POOR TEAM EFFICIENCY., DONT TRUST THERE PROMISES AND OFFERS ALL MANUPLATED AT TIME OF DELIVERY AND NO PROPER SERVICE , NO INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT PUNJAB

    Singh
    Singh 1 year ago
    Kona User Reviews
  • ZS EV
    4.4
    26 reviews
    ZS EV

    This car i am using from last 6 months travelled 8500 km this vehicle is excellent i love my car driving is very very comfortable my kids enjoy very much i travelled 300 km one way 5 times and kept charging there overall the car is excellent i recommend everyone to go for this car i also kept solar grid connected 8kva at my home.

    Navyatha
    Navyatha 4 months ago
    ZS EV User Reviews
  • Nexon EV
    4.1
    47 reviews
    Nexon EV

    Am using Nexon EV XZ+ LUX in Chennai for past one month, basically for urban commute. Getting an range of 210km for 100%. Normally I recharge it when it comes to 25% for which I used to get an range of 165 to 170kms (for 75%). This is with AC and infotainment. I have used only AC slow charger till now, never used DC fast charger. - Daily travel distance: 72 to 75 kms - Top Speed: 80 to 90 kmh - Avg. Speed: 35 to 40 kmh (depends on the traffic)- Total distance driven: 2000 kmsPro's:- Running cost is less than Rs.1/- per km- Expecting very less maintenance cost as well- Easy to Zip through the traffic, good pickup and very smooth driving- Build quality, design and comfort. (AC is very good)Con's:- For long distance travel I still depend on my petrol/diesel cars.

    Venkat
    Venkat 8 months ago
    Nexon EV User Reviews

Electric Cars Question and Answers

  • SURAJ
    SURAJ 1 day ago

    Bengaluru, Mangaluru, Tumkur, Hassan, Mysuru, Davanagere,

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 weeks ago

    The cabin space, particularly at the rear, is on par with some sub-10 lakh Rupee premium hatchbacks. The knee room and headroom at the rear, while usable for 6-footers, isn’t what you’d get from an SUV at the same price point. The backseat will accommodate taller occupants in terms of headroom, but the knee room will be tight. Also, the sense of space is a bit crunched. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 4 weeks ago

    The Hyundai Kona comes equipped with a 39.2kWh battery pack along with a claimed range of 452km (Modified Indian Driving Cycle - MIDC). It is not available with petrol or diesel fuel type option.

  • The
    The 1 month ago

    It is out for sale already

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    Strom Motors has commenced bookings for the R3, you may visit the official website Strom Motors to pre-book R3. The R3 will be available in a two-seater layout. Strom claims that the R3 has a range of 200km. It will run on a 48-volt electric system, with the electric motor rated at 15kW (20.4PS) and 90Nm. Two other versions with ranges of 120km and 180km could be available, although current bookings are for the 200km version only. R3 features keyless entry, power windows, a digital driver’s display, a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen, voice and gesture commands, climate control and GPS navigation.

FAQs on Electric Cars

What is the charging time for electric cars?

The charge time for an EV can range from 30 minutes to 12 hours depending on the size of the battery and speed of the charger. The average charging time takes around 8 hours from zero to full battery with a 7 kW charging point.

Can we charge electric cars at home?

Home charging can be done via the installation of a home charging point or an EVSE supply for a 3-pin plug socket. The home charging point is faster and has built-in safety features.

What is the battery life of electric cars?

Almost all batteries in EVs have a warrantied lifespan of 8 years and approx 1.6 lakh kilometres.

What is the cost of battery used in electric cars?

The average cost of a lithium-ion battery used in EVs is Rs 2.27 lakh.

What is the top speed of electric cars?

Top speed of electric cars is generally limited to around 150kmph.

Can electric cars be used in hills?

An electric vehicle has separate motors for each wheel or each pair of wheels and produces more torque instantaneously as compared to standard cars with internal combustion engines. It can climb steep mountains easily.

What is the service cost for electric cars?

Overall, servicing an electric car is going to be cheaper than a conventional car. The cost of servicing an EV is approximately 70% lesser than an internal combustion engine car.

Is there any government subsidy on electric cars?

The Indian government provides various subsidies on hybrid and electric vehicles under the FAME II policy. However, this is only applicable for commercial use and the subsidies comprise up to Rs. 1.50 lakh for cars and Rs. 30,000 on two-wheelers. For personal use, electric cars have the lowest GST rate at 5 per cent in comparison to other classes.

Which are the best electric cars in India?

There are only limited electric cars in India at the moment. The best EVs to consider of the lot include Hyundai Kona Electric, Tata Nexon EV and MG ZS EV.