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Hyundai Kona Price in Nepal | Full Specification

27th January 2020
"Introducing the ground-breaking KONA Electric, the uncompromising newcomer that combines bold, roomy SUV with impressive electric driving range."

Hyundai Kona

Introducing the ground-breaking Hyundai KONA Electric, the uncompromising newcomer that combines bold, roomy SUV with impressive electric driving range. And here are the Hyundai Kona specifications and Hyundai Kona price in Nepal.

Hyundai Kona Specifications

Hyundai Kona Engine Specification

The maximum power produced by this electric motor is 134 bhp and the peak torque produced by the car is 395 Nm.

Hyundai Kona Mileage

The battery of the car is lithium-ion polymer battery and the range provided by it is 452 km with full charge.

Hyundai Kona Ground Clearance

The kerb weight of the car is 1685 kg and Hyundai Kona ground clearance is 170 mm.

Hyundai Kona Price in Nepal

The Hyundai Kona EV (100 KW) price in Nepal is Rs. 56,96,000. Whereas Kona EV (150 KW) priced at Rs 71,96,000.

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Budget 2021/22: Excise Duties On EVs Removed

29th May 2021
"The government also wants to encourage the assembly of electric vehicles in Nepal by inviting the top 10 EV brands."

The Government of Nepal today unveiled the budget for fiscal year 2021/22, today. Finance Minister Bishnu Paudel on Saturday announced a budget of Rs 1.647 trillion for the upcoming fiscal year 2021/22.

During the budget speech for the fiscal year 2078/79 on today, Hon. Finance Minister Bishnu Poudel told a policy will be taken to replace the vehicles running on petroleum products with electric vehicles by 2088 BS. Minister Bishnu Poudel also told a task force with experts will be formed to study the issue.

Automobile Budget 2021-22

Hon. Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel has informed that the excise duty on electric vehicles has been completely waived in the budget of the Fiscal Year 2078/79 BS.  The government has also revised the custom duties for EVs. Earlier, customs duty was levied at 1 percent on public transport and 10 percent on private vehicles.

As per last year's budget presented by Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwada, the excise duty on electric cars was raised to 40-80% depending upon their peak power.

As per last year's budget  imposed customs duty on the price of electric cars like other vehicles and has also increased excise duty. The previous tariff rate of 10 percent has been increased to up to 40 percent and excise duty will also be levied on the basis of motor capacity. For vehicles up to 50 kW the excise duty is 30 percent, 50-100 kW is 40 percent, 100-150 kW is 50 percent, 150-200 kW is 60 percent, 200-300 Kw 70 percent, 300 and above is 80 percent.

This year the Government is committed to promoting electric vehicles by announcing a policy of replacing the vehicles running on petroleum products with electric vehicles by 2031. The government also wants to encourage the assembly of electric vehicles in Nepal by inviting the top 10 EV brands.

Similarly, Minister Poudel told the government will waive the renewal taxes for five years if anyone wants to convert their existing petrol engine vehicle to an electric powertrain. 

We can say this budget is a big relief to consumers who are planning to buy electric vehicles. 

Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has signed a contract agreement worth Rs 377.95 million (tax excluded), with Wanwang Digital Energy Corporation for import, installation, inspection, operation, and maintenance of EV charging stations in 50 different locations across Nepal.

According to a notice provided by NEA a year ago, the charging stations will be built in various parks, shopping malls, and open spaces. 

There will be 7 charging stations within Kathmandu valley, 5 in Province no. 1, 7 in Province no. 2, 13 in Bagmati region except Kathmandu, 6 in Gandaki Province, 8 in Lumbini Province, 1 in Karnali, and 3 in Sudurpaschim regions of Nepal. 

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