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Tata Nano Overview:

The Tata Nano was the buzz around the world ever since Ratan Tata hinted towards the development of a 1-lakh rupee car approximately a decade ago. His vision was to create a car that even a lower middle class family consisting of up to four members could afford which in turn would allow the entire family to commute from point A to point B without worrying about the weather. But in spite of the Tata Nano having fulfilled his dream, one would still not call it a poor man's car for it's a lot more exciting than what you can expect!

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Overview
The Tata Nano was the buzz around the world ever since Ratan Tata hinted towards the development of a 1-lakh rupee car approximately a decade ago. His vision was to create a car that even a lower middle class family consisting of up to four members could afford – which in turn would allow the entire family to commute from point A to point B without worrying about the weather. But in spite of the Tata Nano having fulfilled his dream, one would still not call it a poor man’s car – for it’s a lot more exciting than what you can expect!

Design and Features
While there were many speculations and apprehensions about the design of the 1-lakh rupee car being similar to a rickshaw, the Nano in fact turned out to be a stunner. With its unique, tiny bean shape the Nano looks cute no matter what colour, perspective or variant you are looking at. Though it’s a sacrilege for an automotive purist, I would still go ahead and say that the air ducts for the engine are placed next to the wheel arches in a manner similar to the Lamborghini Gallardo’s design. The engine is mounted at the back of the car but this time I would rather compare the mounting arrangement to a rickshaw than maybe umm, a Porsche! The design has somehow restricted the engineers to incorporate any hood to make the engine easily accessible. Instead you need to strip down the rear seats to gain access to the Nano’s powerplant. What looks like a conventional bonnet up front is actually a ’boot lid’ for the spare wheel and air-conditioner’s routing. Don’t expect any space for luggage here – the Nano is strictly a city car and not recommended for weekend getaways with the family!

Depending on the variant, you either get a plain vanilla car with no frills (not even body-coloured bumpers), or some essentials like an air-con, adjustable passenger seat and central locking as you move up the variants. There is no denying the fact that the Nano is a puny car; so puny that only one wiper is enough to clean the entire windshield, and there is space only for four adults and a pack of chips maybe. The interiors on the top end model get two tone fabrics and floor mats with ’Nano’ written all over, while the lower priced versions get all-black interiors with no mats at all. The centre-mounted instrumentation console looks as cute and unconventional as the rest of the car and makes no attempts at packing unnecessary information – what you get instead is a basic speedometer, odo, tell-tale lights etc. The cheap quality of plastics is evident but you can’t expect anything better from a 1-lakh rupee car!

Engine, Driving abilities and comfort
The Nano is powered by a 624cc two-cylinder petrol engine while produces a little over 30 horses. But nevertheless, the Nano can still attain a respectable and electronically governed top speed of 105 km/h. Acceleration figures are not what the Nano is all about, so we are leaving those aspects unsaid. The engine note sounds a lot similar to the diesel rickshaws running around town, but some intelligent cabin insulation has kept the ridiculous burble from reaching the passengers. After the 70 km/h mark the body tends to vibrate as if it were a motorcycle – consider that as a speed limit warning!

The tiny 12" wheels are a tad too puny for the tallish design of the car and hence hint towards unnerving handling characteristics especially when making sudden direction changes. But since you are going to use it mainly in the urban environs, toppling over the Nano doesn’t look like an easy probability. Their slim form reduces rolling resistance and contributes to the high fuel efficiency of the car. The ARAI approved figures revolve around the 20-21 kmpl mark which is not too optimistic for a car of this size and weight. The suspension of the Nano is comfortable enough for the city, but like the first generation Indica, even the Nano’s rear suspension tends to squat under a four-person load, leading to an increased inner wear on the rear tyres. The high front seats are comfortable and eradicate the need for a conventional head rest. Overall, with 21% more cabin space than the Maruti 800, the Nano feels roomy while the ride quality is decent enough for the city commutes.

The competition
The Nano’s only competitors as of now are the used Maruti-Suzukis (Altos, 800s, Zens etc.) and the Santros in the aftermarket. But for a prospective buyer looking at buying a brand new car for his family, the Nano ends up being a great choice for its value for money performance and features and small size which makes a highly convenient city car.


Tata Nano Base BS II

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Tata Nano Base BS II
Rs 1,23,360*
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Tata Nano Base BS III

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Tata Nano Base BS III
Rs 1,53,765*
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Tata Nano CX BS II

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Tata Nano CX BS II
Rs 1,44,780*
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Tata Nano CX BS III

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Tata Nano CX BS III
Rs 1,90,430*
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Tata Nano LX BS III

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Tata Nano LX BS III
Rs 2,17,830*
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Tata Nano Car Reviews

 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Long Drive - Bangalore to Cuttack by my Tata nano - 1607 KM On 11th May 2012 I started alone from Banglore to cuttack at 7:00 AM. I reached Tirupati at 1:00 PM and had my lunch there. Then I left for Vijayawada and reached there at 9:30 PM covering 720 KM. Took rest in a lodge. Next day morning I started for Visakhapatanam. I reached there at 2:30 PM. Enjoyed in the Visakhapatanam beach upto 5:30 PM. Then started for Berhampur. I reached in Berhampur at 9:30 PM and I h ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by Swayam Sattwik Mohanty on 25-05-2012

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Excellent value for money car.More spacious than Alto.Low on maintenance. Must buy for two wheeler owners graduating to four wheelers.Easy, fun to drive.Only complaint is Tata should appoint more customer freindly dealers;as most of the buyers are first time car owners who are apprehensive in venturing big swanky car show rooms.Proud owner of Nano. ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by Vinit on 30-01-2011

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Its a fantastic car absolutely. Im very happy with it and its perfect for my family of three. It handles perfectly on Nagpur roads and in traffic-situations and small parking space, its truly amazing as it gives me an average of around 20 kmpl with ac on most of the time. im sure going to try it out for oustation journeys of around 200-300 km also. Thanx Ratan Tata for making a common mans dream come true. ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by Manmeet Singh on 01-10-2010

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Good looking,pocket friendly,spacious,but lacks in strength. ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by Naresh gupta on 01-05-2010

 
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Overview
The Tata Nano was the buzz around the world ever since Ratan Tata hinted towards the development of a 1-lakh rupee car approximately a decade ago. His vision was to create a car that even a lower middle class family consisting of up to four members could afford – which in turn would allow the entire family to commute from point A to point B without worrying about the weather. But in spite of the Tata Nano ha ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 

by Editor on 14-04-2010

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Nano the great concept ,beautiful look,Arodynemic shap,more space & economic,High tourqe due to rear wheeldrive,comfortable. ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by Devendra chaunan on 17-02-2010

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Space is very good. City very compartable ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by lakshman on 27-12-2009

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

The nano is one of the cutest and most addorable cars on our indian soil. Im truly impressed with its jaw dropping design. I've turned my head quite a few times to see it. Its amazing the way that 624cc motor moves the whole car. I happened to visit a tata showroom recently to have a proper look at it, after stepping into I was stunned to see the amount of interior space, the first thing that caught my attention was the unique and well scooped out dashboard with a nice overvi ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by Rehan Conyers on 18-10-2009

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

600 cc engine ! better than auto ! Auto will dissappear within 3 year nothing more than that ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by juos on 17-10-2009

 
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 Tata Nano Car Rated by Reviewer:

Tata nano will succeed the all small segiment 4 wheelers in the future. Its going to be happen,you see.And value for given money too. Sure Maruti 800 and Alto will get back soon behind Tata Nano. Be proud, its our own made car. Thanxs for Tata Engineers and Rathan Tata. ...Read more about this Tata Nano review
 
by A.K.Mohamed ali on 22-04-2009

 
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