MG Comet review, road test

    Can MG’s mould-breaking EV redefine the concept of an urban hatchback? We put it through our instrumented tests to find out.

    Published on Jul 19, 2023 08:00:00 AM


    MG Comet EV
    Make : MG
    Model : Comet
    We Like
    • Very easy to drive and park
    • Cabin build quality
    • Surprisingly spacious for its size
    • Range
    We Don't Like
    • No DC fast-charging
    • Bouncy ride
    • Limited storage spaces

    From our first drive, we’d established that MG’s two-door, four-seater Comet is an unconventional EV targeting a very specific audience. But with ex-showroom prices ranging between Rs 8 lakh-10 lakh, not only does it need to be a point A to B commuter, but it also needs to deliver on factors such as desirability, technology, performance and value. Plus, there are other electric hatchbacks at this price that the Comet will need to pull buyers from. Can it? We examine the MG Comet EV with a fine-tooth comb and put it through our instrumented tests to find out.

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