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MAHINDRA E-SUPRO LAUNCHED IN NEPAL

Agni Group’s subsidiary Agni Energy has recently inaugurated a Service Center and also launched Mahindra Supro Electric Passenger Van. The 8 seat capacity van has been set up in the Nepali market at a price of Rs. 24 Lakh 15 thousand.Even though the van is powered by electricity, it delivers quite a power. The e-Supro has a 25 KW capacity which is able to perform quite well in most of the route of Nepal. The Supro is able to climb any type of inclined roads as well. The battery employed in this vehicle is a high quality lithium battery, which on a full charge can be driven to up to 106 km. The battery takes about 8 hours and 30 minutes to fully charge.

The Supro is currently not available for purchase as the company are conducting road tests. It will only be available for sale after the completion of the road tests. Senior manager Pramod Bhandari said, after the successful completion of the road tests the Supro will be good for various schools, colleges, corporate houses, travel agencies. According to the company, customers can buy the Supro on 35 percent down payment and 65 percent financing.

Agni Energy first entered the electric vehicle business in 2010 with Mahindra Reva. Under the segment the company launched e2o, e2o sportz and e2o plus, and now they have brought e-Supro in the Nepalese market. Looking at the positive response of the electric vehicle in the Nepalese market, the company has been trying to bring e-Supro to the market for the past 6 months.

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