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Mahindra Reva e2o price ranges from Rs 7 to 8.5 lakhs in states with no subsidy


Mahindra Reva launched their all new electric car, e2o in India yesterday at an on-road price of INR 5.96 lakhs. It is now revealed that the e2o is priced between Rs 7 lakhs to Rs 8.5 lakhs in cities where there is no government subsidy on electric vehicles.

Mahindra Reva e2o price ranges from Rs 7 to 8.8 lakhs in states with no subsidy-001If you were impressed with the new electric car, Mahindra Reva e2o, and are thinking of buying one, you need to check their website to know the price of e2o in your city. But that won’t help, as their website only reveals e2o price in Delhi.

So, if you are not from Delhi, then you are in for a surprise. Team-BHP reports that the price of Mahindra Reva e2o ranges from Rs 7 lakhs to Rs 8.5 lakhs in cities where the government subsidy is not offered.

Mahindra Reva e2o was launched in 8 Indian cities yesterday. One of them is Ahmedabad. A Mahindra Reva dealer in Ahmedabad has says that the on-road price of e2o in the city stands at Rs 8.50 lakhs and that he has received 0 bookings in the first 24 hours of the launch. Similarly, in Mumbai and Bangalore, the price of e2o stands at Rs 7.05 lakhs to Rs 7.40 lakhs.

Mahindra Reva e2o is a next gen electric car for India. It is a two door hatchback with features which were never seen in segment. For more details on e2o, you can read more here and here.


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  • tanvi

    I took test drive and it’s really excellent….but no cost effectiveness found…additionally if you want solar backup also than you will have to pay additional 1.5 lakhs… so total will be around 10 lakhs

    • sagar112

      Tanvi, at present costs will be high since numbers are low. as such, they can’t achieve cost economy, and as such, buyers have to bear the brunt of it. We can only hope, soon infrastructure improves, and the government steps in in a big way so as to encourage buying patterns of electric vehicles