MG Comet EV vs Tata Tiago EV vs Citroen eC3: Specs, range, price comparison


The EV space has witnessed three new affordable introductions in the past few months in the form of Tata Tiago EV, Citroen eC3, and the latest entrant, i.e. MG Comet EV. While all three EVs belong to different segments, they are the entry-point to EV four-wheelers in the country.
So how do the three EVs stack up against each other? Here is a detailed specifications and price comparison to help you find out –

Car MG Comet EV Tata Tiago EV Citroen eC3
Length 2974 mm 3769 mm 3981 mm
Width 1505 mm 1677 mm 1733 mm
Height 1640 mm 1536 mm 1604 mm
Wheelbase 2010 mm 2400 mm 2540 mm

The MG Comet EV is the smallest car in this comparison as far as length, width and wheelbase are concerned. However, the MG EV is the tallest one here. Meanwhile the Citroen eC3 is the longest out of the three, as well as the widest, and also has the longest wheelbase.

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Battery pack, charging time & range
The MG Comet EV gets the smallest battery pack out of the three, with its 17.3 kWh unit providing a range of 230 km on a single charge. The Tata Tiago EV gets two different battery pack options, with an MID certified range ranging from 250 – 315 km. Meanwhile the Citroen eC3 gets the biggest battery pack here, providing a 320 km range on a single charge.

Car MG Comet EV Tata Tiago EV Citroen eC3
Battery 17.3 kWh 19.2 kWh/
24 kWh
29.2 kWh
Range 230 km (ARAI) 250 km/
315 km (MID)
320 km (ARAI)
Estimated charging time 7 hours
(0 – 100% with 3.3 kW charger)
6.9 hours/
8.7 hours
(10 – 100% with any 15A charger)
10.5 hours
(10 – 100% with any 15A charger)
DC fast charging capability No Yes Yes

The MG Comet EV gets a standard 3.3 kW charger that will fully juice up the battery in 7 hours, however, the small EV misses out on fast charging capability unlike the Tata Tiago EV and Citroen eC3.
Electric motor

The MG Comet’s rear mounted electric motor belts out 42 PS power and 110 Nm torque. On the other hand, the Tata Tiago EV and Citroen eC3 both get front-mounted electric motors instead.

Car MG Comet EV Tata Tiago EV Citroen eC3
Motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Permanent Magnet Synchronous Permanent Magnet Synchronous
Power 42 PS 61 PS/
75 PS
57 PS
Torque 110 Nm 110 Nm/
114 Nm
143 Nm
Acceleration NA 6.2 seconds/
5.7 seconds
(0 – 60 kmph)
6.8 seconds
(0 – 60 kmph)

As per the company claims, the Tata Tiago EV’s long range version can sprint from 0 to 60 kmph in 5.7 seconds, meanwhile the eC3 is claimed to achieve the same feat in 6.8 seconds.

With a base launch price of Rs 7.98 lakh, the MG Comet EV is the most affordable electric car in the Indian market. Do note that the prices of the higher variant(s) with all the bells and whistles is yet to be announced.

Car MG Comet EV Tata Tiago EV Citroen eC3
Ex-showroom Price Rs 7.98 lakh – TBA Rs 8.69 lakh – Rs 11.99 lakh Rs 11.50 lakh – Rs 12.76 lakh

The Tata Tiago EV is currently priced from Rs 8.69 lakh onwards, whereas the Citroen eC3 is available at a base price of Rs 11.50 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom), making it the most expensive one here.
Which affordable EV out of these three would be your pick, the MG Comet EV, Tata Tiago EV or Citroen eC3? Let us know in the comments down below.

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