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Shall we buy CNG or electric car? Learn the math of what is more affordable than budget

In the country Of vehicles Pollution Having CNG kits many years ago to reduce Vehicles Came on the market. Even in this CNG car Pollution It happens. But now, one good electric car after another is entering the market. As a result, it is not only environmentally friendly but also affordable to buy a car.

Which is cheaper in CNG and Electric?

The price of a car is an important factor when it comes to buying a car. CNG cars are definitely cheaper than CNG and electric cars. Currently car companies like Maruti and Hyundai offer factory fit CNG kits in many of their models. They do not cost more than the petrol or diesel cars of the same model. The Maruti Alto’s ex-showroom price in Delhi starts at Rs 3.49 lakh, while the CNG model starts at Rs 4.76 lakh. In addition, you can install CNG kits in any of your vehicles at a cost of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh.

Electric car prices are high.

Currently, only a limited range of electric vehicles are available in the country. Also, most of these electric vehicles are available at a premium price only or above Rs 10 lakh. Tata Nexon EV, the best-selling electric car in the country, starts at Rs 14.24 lakh. The petrol version starts at Rs 7.29 lakh. So buying an electric vehicle is definitely expensive.

Which is more profitable in CNG or electric?

A car that is less expensive to operate and maintain is more economical. Therefore, the mileage of CNG kit vehicles installed in the factory is about 30 km per kg of gas. At present, the price of CNG in Delhi is Rs 53 per kg. In such a situation, running a CNG car costs around three to four rupees per kilometer along with maintenance cost. However, it is much lower than petrol and diesel vehicles. Because their cost is Rs 10 and Rs 8 per km respectively.

How much does it cost?

On the other hand, in the case of electric vehicles, the government has fixed a rate of Rs 4.5 per unit for high capacity electric vehicle chargers installed in public places in Delhi. Even if the customer has to pay Rs 6 per unit along with the maintenance cost, it will take 16 units of electricity to charge the battery of a car going up to 150 km. Thus, the cost of operating an electric car will be less than Rs. 1 per km.

Which vehicle is better for the environment?

The biggest reason for adopting CNG and electric vehicles as an alternative to petrol and diesel vehicles is to reduce the pollution caused by vehicles. From this point of view, CNG vehicles can reduce emissions compared to petrol-diesel, but electric vehicles emit zero emissions. However, the advantage of CNG vehicles is that they can be switched to petrol or diesel when they run out of fuel, whereas electric vehicles do not have such facility.

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