Chaudhary Group’s subsidiary CG Motors has unveiled an electric microbus in the Nepali market. The four-wheeler modeling agency m
The vehicle delivers a range of 300 km on a full charge. It has a 41.86 kW battery built by a Chinese battery maker CATL.
CG has previously launched another four-wheeler Neta V in Nepal.
The microbus gets a 3.3 kW charger which is a standard charger for customers. However, the company says it will also provide a more premium 6.6 kW charger for the buyers.
For the capacity, the micro-bus accommodates 11 passengers for a comfortable ride. It has a ground clearance of 175 mm.
The company claims the vehicle gets fully charged in 8.5 hours via an AC charger and in 1.5 hours only on a DC charger. It can run at a maximum speed of 100 km.
Changan Kuayue KYC V5 Price in Nepal
CG Motors has priced the Changan V5 at Rs 42.50 lakh. The vehicle is available in three color options – silver, white, and white and gold. Upon purchase, buyers get 1 year of insurance and one year’s tax covered by the company.
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