Mahindra e2oPlus

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₹ 7.57 - ₹ 8.33 Lakh
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e2oPlus Specifications
Power 25.4 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Seating Capacity 4 seater
0-100 Kmph 14.1 Sec
Turbo Charger No

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Things We Like in e2oPlus
  • Offers very quiet and smooth driving experience
  • Impressive list of features including Android-Auto based infotainment, reversing camera, GPS navigation, etc.
  • Amazing legroom at the rear
Things We Dont Like in e2oPlus
  • Steep pricing for a small hatchback
  • Range restriction prevents from high cruising
  • The charging point in your parking area is a must

Price List of e2oPlus

Variant Price Specifications  
P4 ₹ 7.57 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
25.4 bhp, Automatic , 4 seater, Electric(Battery)
P6 ₹ 8.33 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
25.4 bhp, Automatic , 4 seater, Electric(Battery)
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Mahindra e2oPlus Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 7.46 - ₹ 8.22 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 7.34 - ₹ 8.10 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 7.46 - ₹ 8.22 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 7.46 - ₹ 8.22 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 6.07 - ₹ 6.83 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 7.46 - ₹ 8.22 Lakh

Mahindra e2oPlus Colors

e2oPlus is available in 4 different colors - Arctic Silver, Coral Blue, Wine Red and Solid White.

  • Arctic Silver

  • Coral Blue

  • Wine Red

  • Solid White

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e2oPlus Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Electric(Battery) km/hr 110 km/hr

Review of e2oPlus

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Where car buyers were having prejudice towards electric vehicles, Mahindra & Mahindra, the home grown automaker known for manufacturing tough SUVs, took a bold step to introduce EVs in the market. The company who had forayed into the sedan segment earlier has been flexing its muscles in the electric vehicle niche for quite some time. The company marked the entry in the electric vehicle segment in the year 2013 with e2o. Now it has gone a bit step ahead by introducing the 4-door version of the e2o hatch. The e2o Plus EV comes with a bunch of in-cabin techs and gadgets that are quite contemporary. Due to increasing pollution and fuel prices soaring to record high day by day, EVs will be the future of daily city commute. Government too is encouraging the population to ‘go green’ for better environmental conditions. Mahindra is taking the full benefit of the FAME scheme introduced by the government of India, under which electric vehicles sales gets incentives as well as subsidy.
Coming to the exteriors of the e2o Plus, the vehicle comes with an all new design with conventional tall-boy styling. The profile features new front radiator grille which is edged by the same projector headlamps as seen in the e2o. The profile gets slightly changed glasshouse. The rear profile features new roof-mounted spoiler and vertical tail-lamp cluster. This time, the dimension too has changed and the car now looks bigger as compared to its older version. The vehicle is 310mm longer, 61mm wider and 25mm taller. And most interestingly, it gets about 300mm longer wheelbase that makes the cabin space quite large. This brings the overall dimension of the car to 3590mm in length, 1575mm in width, 1585mm in height and comes with the wheelbase of 2258mm. Mahindra e2o Plus EV is available in vibrant shades namely Coral Blue, Solid White, Wine Red and Arctic Silver.
As soon as you enter the cabin, first thing that strikes the mind is the spaciousness inside and yes that’s true. In terms of space e2o was quite roomy but the e2o Plus goes a step further in this respect. The passengers get adequate legroom and headroom inside the car. The centre console houses different buttons for rotary air vents and digital instrument cluster which gives info on vehicle speed, driving efficiency, distance to empty, charge percentage and shift status. The seats are quite comfy and offer nice cushioning to the occupants. The dashboard is decent and is borrowed from older 2-door e2o. The dashboard features a Blaupunkt made touchscreen infotainment unit with Android auto. The unit also comes with Bluetooth and SD card connectivity. Other comfort features are Air conditioner, GPS enabled navigation system, electrically adjustable rear view mirror, push start/stop button, keyless entry, rear parking sensor, rear parking camera, remote charge port lid opener, rear foldable bench seats and USB/Aux-In/12V charging ports in the cubby hole.
Under the hood, Mahindra e2o Plus is powered by the 210 AH Lithium-ion battery that is capable of generating the power output of 25bhp and the maximum torque of 70Nm. The battery is linked to direct drive gearbox. The car comes with the Regenerative Braking technology that charges the battery whenever the brakes are applied. The EV takes about 14 seconds to reach the speed of 60 kmph and have the top speed of 80kmph. The car takes about 9 hours to get fully charged which is same as the e2o. The car can deliver ARAI certified fuel efficiency of 110km on full charge. The e2o Plus also gets some drive mode selectors they are reverse, neutral, forward and boost.
In terms of safety, Mahindra has tried its level best to provide a good safety net to the occupants. The safety aspects includes ELR seat belts- front and rear, ISO mount child seat at the back, Hill hold Assist, Key with RFID, rear door child lock, dual side impact beam and seat belt reminder.
Mahindra e2o Plus is available in the Indian car market in 2 different variant they are e2oPlus P4 and e2oPlus P6. As far as the pricing is concerned Mahindra e2oPlus P4 is offered at the price tag of Rs. 6.07 lakh. It’s another trim e2oPlus is tagged at Rs. 6.83 lakh.


Getting inside gives you the feeling no less than of a regular hatchback. But once you jump on to the driver seat, the experience is certainly refreshing. The digital instrument panel or say on-board computer seems to have been lifted from a video game console with the blue-lightning a treat for eyes. And there is a lot of info for the driver including status of charge, ambient temperature, distance to empty, driving efficiency digital speedometer, gear change alert and uniquely designed rev counter.
The front portion of the cabin carries forward the theme of the e2o. But there are some cosmetic alteration such as beige plastic replaced by new black one, piano-black wood design replaced with shiny-black carbon-fibre panel, new pattern on upholstery and head-unit swapped by new Android-based infotainment unit. However, use of plastics is of satisfactory quality. Though the steering is adequate in size, it lacks that feel good factor of a regular hatchback.
Space in the car is striking but one would desire the seats to be slightly thicker and softer cushioning. And since it’s a tall-boy styled hatchback, you get decent headroom. However, the battery pack is placed under the front seats, so the taller people with 6 feet plus height will find their hair brushing the roof. At the rear too, the space is excellent for two average adults. But here one thing has to be noted is that since the wheel arch gobbles up a large portion of the entry space; ingress will be a bit difficult for the elderly people.
Coming to equipment level, the e2o Plus gets the Android based resistive touchscreen infotainment unit. The system has been developed by Blaupunkt and it also comes with smartphone integration through which you can monitor the door lock/unlock, battery status and even switch on the air conditioner remotely. The infotainment also supports Navigation, Bluetooth and SD card connectivity with USB/Aux-In and 12V charging ports located at the cubby hole ahead of gear lever. The same infotainment can be used to get visuals of the rear camera. So there is no dearth of gadgetry in the car.
In terms of storage, the carmaker has slimmed down the door pads to increase the space inside. This means you won’t be able to store more than 500ml bottle on each door. However, the boot space at 135L is sufficient for a couple of small bags and as rear seats are foldable, you can expect it to carry ample luggage for longer journeys. Overall, the car has impressive list of features but still lags behind when it comes to comfort and quality of a regular hatchback.


The exteriors of the e2o Plus is a mixed bag. But the positive side of the picture is that it does follow the traits of a traditional hatchback, the credit of which goes to huge dimensions and 4 doors setup. Though many will find the design a bit quirky, to some others it might appear like a conventional family car with casual headlights and the signature Mahindra grille.
The car does not look like a typical Mahindra jugaad at all. It looks well-proportioned as compared to the earlier e2o as every dimension has been revised especially the wheelbase which has been extended to a whopping 300mm. However, ground clearance has been slightly reduced to 170mm but still adequate keeping our road conditions in perspective. The silhouette of the car seems to have been borrowed from WagonR Stingray while the angular headlamps are shared from the earlier e2o.
The car takes a lot of inspiration from other cars of the family. For instance, the grille is borrowed from Scorpio, the bulges of wheel arches are taken from XUV500 while door handles at the rear are mounted close to the C-pillar, quite exactly what we have seen in KUV100.
Then there are unusual touches which remain unchanged including the odd window line kink. But the rear end of the vehicle doesn’t appear to be swollen unlike the e2o. The credit of this goes to traditionally-styled bumper and a proper hatch which give the e2o Plus the intent and purpose of a regular car. The vertically positioned tail lamps enhance the tallboy stance of the car while the housing of the number plate finds a new place on the tailgate. There is also new roof-mounted spoiler which does add some dash to the profile.
These changes were indispensable especially when you are applying efforts to get people accustomed to the alien concept of electric cars in the country. Overall, it’s a good exercise by the carmaker in terms of enhancing the exterior profile of the vehicle.

Mileage Running Cost

Mahindra claims that the car can run for 110kms on full charge. The base P2 variant can even cover the range of 140kms on single charge, however it is available for the commercial market. But the 110kms range is still more than adequate for daily city commute. That brings the running cost to around 0.50 per kilometre which is not bad.

Comfort Suspension

The area where the car will leave you a little wanting is the handling part. The ride quality is stiffer than the regular hatchbacks with minor road ripples can be felt inside. The suspension makes noise over wrecked patches and the occupants, especially those at the rear will feel bumpy.
The steering wheel though is very light, but feels emotionless with a lack of feedback. However, the steering is direct and makes the car change the direction quickly. Cornering is heavy despite the fact that it weighs less than 1 tonne, but the motor under the hood ensure that the car exits nicely.

Engine Performance

The vehicle is able to give adequate performance and this is what the purpose of owning this car. People can think that electric cars are born out of need to make the travel inexpensive and environment friendly, but that isn’t necessary that the car should be boring. Reason? Unlike the diesel or petrol based cars, the driver is free from hassles of working through multiple gears to access the potential of the engine. The performance is spot on as with no gears on board, there is no loss of transmission. Moreover, as the weight of the car is less than a ton, it’s nice and energetic to potter in the city.
The car is powered by 19kW lithium ion battery which makes around 41PS and 91Nm of torque. For many, especially the regular hatchback drivers, these numbers doesn’t sound too much. However, as mentioned above, there is no struggling through the gears or waiting for the turbocharger to chip in and gives the car the much needed boost. So, as a result this leads to easy driving in cities and given the size of the car, you would feel like driving a toy through the traffic. In fact, it is actually quick when starting off the line as it can dash from 0-60kmph in 9.5 seconds of time with the electronically limited top speed of 85kmph.
Driving in cities can be managed easily with the F driving mode and for people who are in hurry the B or boost mode will give them extra power. As the name denotes, the B mode increases the throttle response and the car dashes ahead putting a naughty smile on your face. But there is an audible whine from the electric motor. The overall setup has been tweaked in such a way that it offers nice grunt at low to moderate speeds though the performance fizzles out as you gradually build up the speed. But point to be remembered is that the car is made to tackle bumper-to-bumper city traffic instead of quick highway trips.
The battery needs 9 hours to get fully charged with 15 amp charger and takes about 90 minutes when switched to fast charging mode. So, charging overnight and driving the car to office every morning would be perfectly fine for most individuals. Overall, the e2o Plus is a good city car and can also serve the purpose of carrying small family and daily office commute as well.

Braking Safety

Braking isn’t sharp and one needs to put more pressure on the pedal to get the desired halt. Moreover, as the 14-inch wheels are enclosed in low-rolling resistance tyres offering limited grip, the overall handling is weak. In terms of safety, again when we compare this car to modern hatchbacks, you will be little disappointed especially looking at the price tag it comes with. It doesn’t have airbags, not even an optional on the driver side. There is no ABS and EBD either.
However, the good thing is all the safety features are standard across the variant except the reverse parking camera that is available only on the top model. The safety aspects include front and rear ELR seatbelts, ISO mount child seat at the rear, frontal crumple zone, rear door child locks, hill hold assist and key with RFID.

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    Rajeev Sep 07, 2017
    Never buy. Very poor battery life and after sales service

    I bought this car considering it as environmental friendly, and but it is really headache for 11000km driving its battery cells has been changed 3 times and every time service team took 2-3months to replace. In Delhi itself parts are not available. It's still not proven car so please never ever think of buying it Read More

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