June 10, 2023

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Find out which is the most affordable savvy EV for you; MG Comet EV or Tata Tiago EV

Find out which is the most affordable savvy EV for you; MG Comet EV or Tata Tiago EV

MG Comet EV vs. Tata Tiago EV


Looking for an EV will always be a task and when it comes with plenty of choices with all that you need, it will make it more difficult.

EV sector is getting on fire as the tough competition between EV manufacturers is getting peak of it. And the more they research and develop their products sometimes with redesigned or updated versions of their products or coming up with new products with more features and abilities to meet the needs and satisfaction of their customers.

They make it difficult for customers to choose which one is the perfect choice for them. Every time companies give their best, their customers get confused. And here we came across the same confusion between the MG Comet EV and the Tata Tiago EV.

There is some contrast between the appearance, feel, construction, and even features between the two cars, but when it comes to their overall looks and performance, they are both the best.

So here we will go through the differences between the two electric cars to give you guys a clear vision about them which may help you to make a perfect choice.



Tata Tiago EV

Tata Motors has launched the Tiago EV in India on 28th September 2022. With the Tata Tiago EV, there are four different variants you can choose between- the XE, XT, XZ+, and XZ+ TechLux.

The Tiago EV’s fascia is highlighted by a hidden grille with a distinctive three-arrow pattern at each end. EV badges on the grille and Electric Blue inserts will distinguish the electric hatchback from the regular model. In addition, the side profile is highlighted by an innovative two-tone aluminum wheel pattern.

Like the exterior, the interior is based on electric blue for the digital instrument cluster and air vents. In terms of equipment, the Tiago EV comes with Harman’s 7-inch touchscreen infotainment, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, automatic climate control, and a flat-bottom steering wheel fitted with controls.



Multi-drive mode, cruise control, cooling glovebox, 45 ZConnect features compatible with smartwatches, 4 speakers and 4 tweeters, leatherette seat pad, playback modes (0, 1, 2, 3), TPMS. It has automatic headlights and rain sensors. -Sensing wipers, reversing camera with parking sensors, electric folding ORVM, power trunk opening, ABS with EBD, dual front airbags. The electric hatchback can carry up to five people including the driver.

It is equipped with two batteries – a 19.2kWh pack and a 24kWh pack – the capacities of which are claimed to be 250km and 315km, respectively. Both produce 60 hp and 110 Nm of torque, while the latter produces 74 hp and 114 Nm. There are two home chargers available for the Tiago EV. One is 3.3 kW and the other is 7.2 kW. With DC fast charging, you can get a 10-80% charge in 57 minutes.

The price of LP Tiago EV goes up from Rs. 8.69 lakh to Rs. 11.99 lakh (showroom average). The Tiago EV comes in seven variants. The base model Tiago EV electric car is priced at Rs 8.69 lakh. Tiago EV automatic version prices start at Rs. 8.69 million rupees.

Until the MG Comet EV, the Tata Tiago EV had no direct competitor.




MG Comet EV

MG Motor recently launched the new Comete EV in India. Its boxy yet unique design sets it apart from the rest. The car is currently available at an introductory price of Rs 7.98 at launch. The second electric car is provided by MG Motor India, so you can find the cheapest electric car on the Indian market here.

With a starting price of Rs 7.98 crore, the MG Comet EV will be India’s most affordable and cost-effective electric vehicle on the market.
The newly announced MG Comet EV is available in two versions. However, MG Motor India has yet to reveal full vehicle pricing. The entry-level model has a starting price of Rs 7.98 lakhs. It was announced that pre-orders would be available from May 15, 2023 as promised.

As a result of its striking, quirky design, the MG Comet EV distinguishes itself from other electric vehicles on the market. It features a four-wheeler-inspired body design and includes premium features such as split headlights, full-width LED elements, sleek alloy wheels, tall C-pillars and a two-tone paint job. The electric car is a two-door car that seats four. MG Comet possesses a length of 2,974mm, a width of 1,505mm, a height of 1,631mm, and a wheelbase of 2,010mm, which makes it a very large car.

Upon entering the Comet, its relatively spacious cabin with two 10.25-inch screens greets you upstairs. There are two spokes on the steering wheel that are tactile, and the controls are similar to those on an Apple iPod, which makes driving more enjoyable. Enjoy Bluetooth connectivity for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, keyless entry, push button start and digital key. Power windows, a gray interior design and a genuine leather steering wheel are some of the features available.

With the Comet, you don’t have to compromise on space efficiency. Based on the architecture of an electric skateboard, it has a long 2,010mm wheelbase and a box shape. There are two-tone finishes on the front fascia, a high-blunt nose, wraparound stripes under the windshield, and LED lighting elements inside the door mirrors.


The MG Comet EV includes a 17.3 kWh battery pack. It takes about 7 hours to charge from 0% to 100% from a normal household outlet. There is a 3.3kW charger provided by MG for this vehicle. The MG Comet EV does not have a quick charge function. Official figures indicate a range of 230km. The electric motor produces 42 horsepower and 110 Nm of torque.

A number of connectivity features are available with the newly launched MG Comet EV, including live support and voice recognition. MG Motors offers customers a variety of customization options to choose from at the dealer. You can find a variety of aftermarket car accessories and decals for the Comet EV on the aftermarket accessory market. According to MG, the car is only intended for customers who drive less than 100km per day and are not on long trips.

Currently, Comet EV has no direct competitors in the Indian market, but Tata Tiago EV and Citroen eC3 are close competitors in the Indian market.

It is your choice which one to choose according to an affordable and perfect comfortable travel experience. As a standalone product, the MG Comet EV offers good value for money with a decent range and a well-stocked feature list. A slightly better specification Tiago Standard range is available. Note, however, that the standard-range Tiago EV is based on a lower variant, so comfort is sacrificed.



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