Tata has emerged as a pioneer in making a small car named as Tata Nano. Tata was successful in launching this small budget car which fits into the pocket of a common man. This car is very good for everyday traffic in peak hours inside city limits. It is also a good option if you are thinking of this car instead of a two wheeler. The exterior design is elegant and appealing. Cabin also is quite spacious to comfortably fit four people. Some additional features are also available for top end variants. It also provides decent storage space. With all these positives Tata Nano proves to be a great car for a small family.
Since the engine is placed on the rear side, the rear end is simple without a tailgate. Except for the base variant the rest of the variants get body coloured bumpers. Tata Nano variants are XMA AMT (Petrol), XT (Petrol), XE (Petrol), XM (Petrol), XTA AMT (Petrol) and XM CNG. The top end XT and XTA variants get body colour rear view mirrors. Tata Nano comes with smoked headlamps. To enhance visibility at night during bad weather conditions it also comprises fog lights housed with the grill in the front end. Also Check about Upcoming Cars in India Visit at Autoportal.com
Interiors of Tata Nano are designed so carefully as to provide enough room in the front and rear side which has left its competitors to rethink. The base variant comes only with the blower. The rest of the variants gets air conditioner. For XE, XM and XMA variants power socket for mobile charge is provided. In the XT and XTA variants features like an AmphiStream music system with radio, CD, MP3, AUX-In, Bluetooth, music streaming and four speakers are added. Nano GenX is the lowest pricing car with AMT in Indian market.
Tata Nano houses 624cc petrol engine in the Nano GenX model. The petrol variant comes with an output power of 38 PS at 5500 RPM along with a torque of 51 Nm at 4000 RPM. Tata Nano GenX includes a four speed manual transmission and a five speed automated manual transmission. The automated manual transmission gets an option of sports mode and a creep feature.
The manual Tata Nano returns a fuel efficiency of 23.6 km per litre while the automatic variant returns 21.9 km per litre. The Tata Nano offers 17 km per litre inside city for the manual model and 15 km per litre for the automatic model. The Tata Nano offers 22 km per litre for the manual model and 18.6 km per litre for the automatic version in highways.
The price range of the Tata Nano is from Rs 2.17 to Rs 3.05 lakh.
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