MG Comet vs. VinFast VF3 vs. Tata Tiago EV vs. Citroën eC3: Which One is best
MG Comet vs. VinFast VF3 vs. Tata Tiago EV vs. Citroën eC3: Which One is best

MG Comet vs. VinFast VF3 vs. Tata Tiago EV vs. Citroën eC3: Which One is best

May 24, 2024
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The electric vehicle (EV) market is rapidly expanding, offering a variety of choices for consumers looking to switch from traditional gasoline-powered cars. The latest contenders in the compact EV segment are the MG Comet EV, VF3, Tata Tiago EV, and Citroën eC3. Each model brings unique features, benefits, and considerations, catering to different needs and preferences.

In this article, we will compare these four electric cars to help potential buyers make an informed decision. We’ll look at aspects such as performance, range, charging time, interior features, and price. Whether you’re looking for advanced technology, a budget-friendly option, or a stylish ride,  there is an EV here that will fit your needs perfectly. Let’s dive into the details of each model to see which one comes out on top. 

So, without further adieu, let’s quickly move on to a comparison between the four electric cars:


1- MG COMET EV The MG Comet EV embodies Future-Tech design with its BICO concept—’Big Inside, Compact Outside‘—providing spacious legroom and headroom. The 4-seater cabin features a 50:50 split in the second row, blending modern style with smart technology for enhanced comfort and interactivity in this urban EV.

2VINFAST VF3On June 2, 2023, VinFast launched the VF 3, a mini electric car designed for the Vietnam market. The VF 3 features a compact, contemporary design with a tall, robust body, 16-inch wheels, and ample ground clearance, making it versatile for various applications. Its bold geometric exterior and strong lines create an eye-catching look, complemented by square headlights, rearview mirrors, and a stylized V-shaped bird logo on the front and rear bumpers, giving the car a dynamic visual appeal.

3- TATA TIAGO EV – The Tata Tiago EV boasts a clean, contemporary look with a sleek front grille flanked by chic headlamps. Its sporty edge is highlighted by a curved hood, while the black insert housing the fog lamps adds a tough, aggressive touch. Blue highlights on the grille emphasize the hatchback’s environmentally friendly features.

4- CITROEN eC3 – The Citroen e-C3 boasts a unique design that distinguishes it from other vehicles in its category. It presents a compact, athletic appearance with a sloping roofline and crisp lines. The front end features a prominent grille and LED headlights, while the rear is adorned with LED taillights and a spoiler. Riding on 16-inch alloy wheels, the e-C3 delivers a sporty and upscale look.



230 km
210 km 
315 km
320 km

Top Speed 
101 km 
100 km [approx.]
120 kmph 

19.97 sec 
0 to 50 km/h in 5. 3 sec
0 to 60 in 6.2 sec
0 -60km/h in 6.8 sec

18.64 kWh
19.2 kWh
29.2 kWh

Charging Time
7 hours 
fast charging from 10% to 70% takes only 36 minutes. 
2.6 hours 
 57 Minutes

41.42 kW
32 kW
45 kW
57 kW



1- MG COMET EV- The MG Comet EV  is equipped with i-SMART technology, offering over 55 connected car features and more than 100 voice commands. This variant includes a multi-function steering wheel, power-adjustable exterior rearview mirrors, a touch screen, power windows, wheel covers, and both passenger and driver airbags. Safety is prioritized with features such as airbags, an anti-lock braking system (ABS), central locking with keyless entry, and a child safety lock. Additionally, the vehicle comes with power steering to enhance the driving experience.

2VINFAST VF3 – The VinFast VF3 is packed with features, including a cutting-edge 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also offers fully folding second-row seats, connected car technology, a digital instrument cluster, a two-spoke steering wheel, automatic climate control, and cruise control. 

3- TATA TIAGO EV – The Tata Tiago EV features a 17.78 cm touchscreen infotainment system by HARMAN, with phone book access, audio streaming, and SMS notifications. It includes comforts like a visiting card holder, tablet storage, and theatre-dimming lamps. Smart connected features cover trip history, driving behavior analytics, location sharing, and remote diagnostics. The car has automatic climate control, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, two drive modes, a battery saver, 4 speakers, power steering with a tilt column, steering-mounted audio controls, and power windows front and rear. Safety features include adjustable headrests, seat belt warnings, rear parking sensors, and follow-me-home headlamps.

4- CITROEN eC3 – The Citroen e-C3 is an excellent choice for environmentally-conscious Indian consumers, offering a range of features. Key safety features include six airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist, electronic stability control, and a rearview camera. For comfort and convenience, the e-C3 provides automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, electrically adjustable and heated mirrors, and rear parking sensors.



Candy White
Starry Black
Aurora Silver
Dual Tone Candy White Starry Black
Dual Tone Apple Green Starry Black


Color options for Vinfast VF3 are not available yet but according to some sources, there will be a choice of five color options in addition to the vehicle’s four standard colors. 


Tata Tiago EV is available in 5 different colors –

Tropical Mist
Signature Teal Blue
Daytona Grey
Pristine White
Midnight Plum


CITROEN eC3 is available in 11 colors:

Steel Grey
 Polar White
 Platinum Grey
 Cosmo Blue
 Steel Gray With Polar White
Steel Gray With Platinum Grey
 Steel Grey With Cosmo Blue
 Polar White With Platinum Grey
 Polar White With Cosmo Blue
 Platinum Gray With Polar White
 Cosmo Blue With Polar White


MG COMET EV[Excite FC variant] 
CITROEN eC3 [Feel variant]

₹ 8,33,800
Rs. 9.00 – 12.00 Lakh [Estimated Price]

Not yet launched in India- Oct 2025 (Tentative) Expected Launch


Starts at

₹ 12.7 Lakh



Upon examining all the compact electric cars mentioned, it becomes quite difficult to decide which one is the best. Each car has its unique set of features and performance capabilities, making them perfect for quality rides and a superior driving experience. We suggest that if you haven’t tried any of these cars, go test drive them yourself to determine which one suits you the most.  

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