Mahindra e2o car coming to MK this weekend!
The exciting new Mahindra e2o electric car will be coming to Milton Keynes this weekend at a special event in the centre:mk.
There will be the chance to explore and test drive the new car this Saturday and Sunday, as well as the chance to win £100 in shopping vouchers.
The Mahindra e2o is the electric car designed for city driving. From purchase price to price per mile, electric motoring has never been so smart.
When it comes to cost per mile, at just 1.5p the e2o beats your normal car hands down. Or the train. Or the bus. If you drive your e2o the average of 7,900 miles per year and charge at home at night on an Economy 7 tariff using the Charge Scheduler on your e2o Remote app, then you will spend under £10 per month on fuel*.
Savvy - From purchase price to price per mile, the e2o is the smart choice financially.
Connected - Stay connected to your e2o and the electric charging network with convenience and confidence.
Easy - Fun to drive and convenient to maintain, thanks to Mahindra’s connected customer support.
MKFM's Darren D spoke to Steve from Mahindra about the event and the car and you can listen to the interview here:
You can also check out the video from the UK launch last year here:
*Based on UK average mileage of 7,900 miles per year and charging at home at night on an Economy 7 electricity tariff using the charge scheduler on your e2o Remote™ app.
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