MG Comet EV Cons

MG Motors launched their latest electric car, the Comet EV in India last month. A totally unique car in terms of design, purpose, and usability, the Comet surely is a head-turner.

The MG Comet EV is the ultimate city drive, owing to its small size and maneuverability. But no car is perfect and the Comet has its own flaws. Let's take a look at the cons of the new Comet EV.

Comet's design is not everyone's cup of tea. Its quirky, funky design may not appeal to everyone

Surely not an option as a primary car. The Comet can be used as the secondary car of the house.

Pure-city car! This won't entertain you in highway runs. Because it is meant for the city 

2-door cars are not as comfortable as the 4-doors. Getting into the rear seat and getting out could be difficult for some people

The motor of the car produces just over 41 hp and it won't please the targeted 'young' car enthusiasts

Literally zero-boot space with the rear seats up. You'll have to fold the rear seats to carry any luggage

No fast charging! The only way to charge the car is through the home charging facility which takes 7 hours for a full charge. (10 – 80% in 5 hours)

The Comet comes with a great infotainment touchscreen, but misses out on a good sound system. A 2-speaker sound system is not the vibe we had in mind

Blind spots! The side view mirrors offer very little help to get a good view backwards

Noisier cabin than most of the EVs in the market. Road noises, wind noises and the whine from the electric motor can be heard inside

However, if you are looking for a fun-to-drive car to effortlessly move through the horrible traffic in your city, the Rs. 7.98 lakhs MG Comet could actually be an option for you.

Read our complete drive review of the MG Comet EV