Atul ELITE Cargo price in India starts from ₹ 1.5 lacs . It is available in 1 variants in India.
The Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of Atul ELITE Cargo is 699 kg, and its kerb weight is 322 kg. It is one of the best three-wheeled cargo carriers currently available in India.
Atul ELITE Cargo gets powered by a BS-IV compliant electric motor with a maximum power output of 850 / 1000 W. The power gets channelled to the wheels by a manual transmission gearbox.
Atul ELITE Cargo demonstrates an impressive mileage of 80 kmpl. It is an ideal vehicle for the last mile connectivity of agricultural products like fruits and vegetables.
Atul ELITE Cargo comes with an overall length of 2775 mm, a width of 930 mm, and a height of 1350 mm. Small scale traders and budding entrepreneurs prefer this commercial carrier for transporting their products to the market.
Atul ELITE Cargo can run at a top speed of 25 kmph. Though the figure is not impressive, it can help in the transport of commodities through narrow rural roads where robust, high-performance cargo carriers cannot serve due to their bulky size.
Atul ELITE Cargo faces stiff competition from Kinetic Safar shakti, Lohia Humsafar Cargo, and Piaggio Ape.
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