This is the country’s cheapest E-Car, 1Km will run in 50 paise, maintenance is also zero, the cost of a month will be only 500 rupees!
A 17.3 kWh battery pack has been given in the Comet.
The motor of the car generates power of 42PS.
Its top variant costs Rs 9.98 lakh.
New Delhi. Amidst the ever-increasing prices of petrol and diesel, people’s attention has now increased rapidly towards electric vehicles. Not only in two wheelers but also in cars, people are preferring to take electric variants. Due to this, companies are also paying more attention to manufacturing electric cars. In this episode, Morris Garage also launched its new electric car Comat in April. The booking of the car was started from 15th May and its delivery also started on 22nd May. The micro size Comet was projected as the cheapest car in the country, however post launch its price started from Rs 7.98 lakh ex showroom. Now it is not the cheapest but it will definitely reduce your monthly expenditure on the car and it will be cheaper than any other car.
Now it is important to understand the mathematics of how COMAT will be cheaper for you. In fact, the company claims about Comat that it can run 230 kilometers on full charge. The cost of charging it is estimated at Rs 500 per 1000 km. If you drive the car even for 1000 kilometers in a month, it will give you a mileage of 50 paise per kilometer. It is not possible to drive any car in such a low cost.
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Battery and Charging
In Comat, the company has given a 17.3 kWh battery pack. On full charge of this pack, it is 230 km. will give a range of The car is rear wheel drive and has an axle mounted motor. This motor generates power of 42 PS. It takes 7 hours to fully charge the car with a 3.3 kW charger and 5 hours to charge 80 percent.
The features in Comat are also very good. The car has a 10.25-inch screen setup. Along with this, steering mounted controls, connected car tech, dual airbags, stability control, rear parking camera and sensors are included.
how much is the price
The company has launched Comat in three variants. Its base variant is the Pace, which costs Rs 7.98 lakh, ex-showroom. At the same time, the price of middle variant Play has been kept at Rs 9.28 lakh and the price of top line variant Plush has been kept at Rs 9.98 lakh.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : May 26, 2023, 11:22 PM