Mahindra & Mahindra’s e2o was rolled out among much fanfare in the national capital. The on-road value in the national capital for the T-Zero base model was settled at Rs 5.96 lakh (on road). However, this comprised concessions amounting to Rs 1.8 lakh from the state administration.
Accordingly, the e2o in Mahindra Reva’s home zone will be available at a gigantic Rs 7 lakh (on road). The only concession it obtains in the Bangalore market is a decline in road duty from 12.5 per cent as compared to 5.5 per cent for electric vehicles.
The subsidy in the national capital consists of 15 per cent on the base value, a 12.5 per cent value-added tax (VAT) refund in addition to a 50 per cent decrease on the existing road duty.
The Delhi administration’s promise to the zero-emissions movement is comprehensible because of the high intensities of pollution in the city. It was one of the primary cities to begin an anti-pollution campaign, bringing in steps like emission rules and CNG buses for mass shipment, amongst others.
In the e2o’s home town Bangalore, however, the administration has not been as kind and the car is likely to be available at around Rs 1 lakh more. The base model (T-zero) will be priced around Rs 7 lakh (on road) and the top end model (T-2) will be available at a cost of Rs 7.3 lakh (on road).
The e2o costs the most in the nation in Ahmedabad where the top-end vehicle comes with a cost label of Rs 7.73 lakh (ex-showroom).
The car manufacturer stated that the EV is likely to make entry in showrooms in other divisions of the nation by the end of the existing month (March 2013).
Mahindra e2o prices are as follows –
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