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Citroen eC3 Prices Out, Sits In The Same Ballpark As Tigor EV Sedan

The C3-based electric hatchback marks the beginning of the French carmaker’s electric innings in the country

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  • New Citroen eC3 is offered in Live and Feel variants. 

  • Gets the same dimensions, features and creature comforts as the ICE C3. 

  • Powered by a 29.2kWh battery with 320km range and DC fast-charging capability. 

  • EV with 57PS/143Nm e-motor is good for nought to 100kmph in 16.88 seconds. 

The first French EV in India is here! Citroen has finally announced the prices of its affordable electric hatchback, and for an EV, it’s certainly affordable. The electric hatch comes in two broad variants and is offered with the same variant lineup as the standard ICE-powered model. Official bookings for the electric hatch have been open for a while now. 

Here’s a full overview of the Citroen eC3

Citroen eC3 variants and prices 

The Citroen eC3 is offered in Live and Feel variants, similar to its ICE counterpart, the C3 hatchback. 


ICE-powered Model (C3)

Electric Model (eC3) 



Rs 5.98 lakh 

Rs 11.50 lakh 

+ Rs 5.52 lakh


Rs 6.90 lakh

Rs 12.13 lakh

+Rs 5.23 lakh

Feel Vibe Pack

Rs 7.05 lakh

Rs 12.28 lakh

+Rs 5.23 lakh

Feel Dual Tone

Rs 7.05 lakh

Feel Dual Tone Vibe Pack 

Rs 7.20 lakh 

Rs 12.43 lakh

+Rs 5.23 lakh

Feel Turbo Dual Tone Vibe Pack

Rs 8.25 lakh

All prices are ex-showroom pan-India 

The eC3 is still one of the most accessible EVs on sale right now. It commands a premium of Rs 5.52 lakh over its base-spec ICE counterpart.  

Features list 

Inside and out, the eC3 is practically identical to the ICE C3. It gets the same 10-inch infotainment display and a digitised driver’s display, apart from features such as manual AC, power windows and steel wheels with wheel covers. The safety kit consists of mandatory dual airbags, reverse parking sensors and ABS. The EV still misses out on equipment such as electrically adjustable ORVMs and rear washer and wiper.

Electric powertrain

Power is derived from a 29.2kWh battery pack that delivers up to 320km of range. It’s capable of DC fast-charging, taking 57 minutes to charge to 80 per cent at the peak charging rate. 

The 57PS/143Nm e-motor does have more torque than the C3’s base-spec 1.2-litre NA petrol engine, but the eC3 is heavier than the petrol hatch by nearly 300kg, so it’s slower to get to 100kmph from a standstill, taking around 16.88 seconds in our tests with two people onboard. The petrol-powered C3, as per our testing standards, is good for 0-100kmph in 14.32 seconds. 

The battery pack also gets a seven-year warranty, while the e-motor and vehicle boast a five- and three-year warranty, respectively.

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The Citroen eC3 is an alternative to entry-level EVs that include the Tata Tiago EV, Tigor EV and upcoming MG Air EV

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