- RATED OUTPUT 2 kW / 3,200 rpm
- TORQUE 13.8 Nm
- TRACTION BATTERY Lithium-Ion KTM PowerPack
- BATTERY CAPACITY 21 Ah
- CHARGER LINE VOLTAGE 80-240 V/50-60 Hz
- CHARGING INPUT Quick charging 5 A @ 230 V.
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KTM SX-E 5 2022
Ex-showroom Price ₹ 55,580/-
*25 KM/H Top Speed
*85 KM/C Range**
Ex-showroom Price ₹ 67,540/-
*In-Dash Bottle Holder
*Split Folding Seat *USB Port
Ex-showroom Price₹ 65,640/-
Ex showroom price- ₹ 74,240/-
*Remote Lock & Security Alarm
Which is the best electric car to buy?
Electric cars are everywhere these days and there are more being introduced every day, but which one should you choose? There are several factors to consider when purchasing an electric car and different features that may be more important to you than others. This guide will help you navigate the vast electric car market, so that you can purchase the vehicle that best suits your needs, lifestyle, and budget.
The Tesla Model 3
Small, sexy and efficient! The Tesla Model 3 hits all three of those points better than anything else on the market. When looking at electric cars, it’s important to consider their range and how long they take to charge.
The Nissan Leaf
The BMW i3
The Chevy Bolt
With a price tag of only $30,000 (before tax credits), Chevy’s new all-electric sedan can travel as far as 238 miles on a single charge, making it one of the most affordable long-range EVs available today.
Hybrid electric vehicles
Hybrid vehicles—both electric and gasoline-powered—are popular choices for environmentally conscious consumers. However, hybrid cars typically cost more than comparable gas-powered models. If you’re interested in saving money on your commute or are a do-it-yourself type of person, consider purchasing a used gas/electric vehicle instead of buying new.