Tata Nano

Rs 2.26 - 3.2 Lakh*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
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Mileage 21.90 kmpl
Service Cost Rs 1,546 /yr
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Tank 24 Litres
Engine 624 cc 
BHP 37.5
No. of Cylinders 2
No. of Gears 5 Speed
A/C Yes
Power Steering Yes
Seating Capacity 4
Boot Space 94-litres
Central Lock Yes
Brake Assist Yes
Parking Sensor Yes
Airbags No
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 6,199
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The Tata Nano is a smart city car and is among the most affordable ones available. Due to its short overhangs and high ground clearance, manoeuvring the Nano in the city is a breeze. Powered by a 624cc engine, it belts out a decent 38PS of max power and 51Nm of peak torque. While it comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard, the Nano is also available with an automated manual transmission/AMT. If you are looking to by the Tata Nano with an automatic transmission, it is available in the XMA and XTA variants.

Tata Nano price list (Variants)

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624 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 23.9 kmpl
Rs 2.26 Lakh*
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624 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 23.9 kmpl
Rs 2.6 Lakh*
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624 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 23.9 kmpl
Rs 2.8 Lakh*
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624 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 21.9 kmpl
Rs 3.01 Lakh*
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624 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 21.9 kmpl
Rs 3.2 Lakh*
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624 cc,  Manual, CNG, 36.0 km/kg
Rs 2.84 Lakh*
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Tata Nano Price in Other Cities

City Ex-showroom Price
New Delhi Rs 2.26 - 3.2 Lakh*
Mumbai Rs 2.36 - 3.31 Lakh*
Bangalore Rs 2.39 - 3.26 Lakh*
Chennai Rs 2.12 - 3.27 Lakh*
Hyderabad Rs 2.36 - 3.25 Lakh*
Pune Rs 2.36 - 3.29 Lakh*
Chandigarh Rs 2.33 - 3.27 Lakh*
Gurgaon Rs 2.26 - 3.2 Lakh*

*Based on data collected from different dealers.

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    NILESH BHATT on 20 Sep, 2017
    The new Genx which i have driven 5000 kms by now is totaly a master piece for city traffic conditions and this version is very refined in comparision to previous one. Good Power,stability, handling ,space,noise everything..tata engineers have done a good job..... 0
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    Ravi on 16 May, 2017
    Ravindrane, Puducherry:  Hi I own a Nano CX 2012 bought in November 2012. Before my nano, I owned Tata Indica and Vista and out of all I love the Nano for the reasons that you don't feel the cumbersomeness of driving a car and the clear view of the terrain you are driving. I have done 47 000/- kms and my love with it has not dwindled. If you are a good driver, distance is not a constraint with its 625 cc engine. I have traversed the village roads in and around my town with ease. With that AC... 3

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Tata Nano Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Petrol Manual  23.9 kmpl -
Petrol Automatic  21.9 kmpl -
CNG Manual  36.0 km/kg -

Tata Nano review

Tata’s Nano is a special car. It’s a car that started its journey more than half-a-decade back as India’s most affordable four-wheeled offering but has been suffering from an underwhelming response, to say the least. Ratan Tata’s dream of delivering a One Lakh Rupee Car to the world, very soon, became a lesson in marketing don’ts.

If I put it briefly, the number of Nanos sold annually is equivalent to the number of Altos sold in a month. But despite this, Tata hasn't given up and continually improving the product and investing in it. Twist and then the current GenX model with an AMT, Tata has left no stone unturned but I guess, that first impression spoiled it all.

Things We Like in Nano

  • Priced more than a lac lower than the Alto AMT
  • Light power steering & small footprint makes it a breeze to manoeuvre in urban condition
  • Openable tail-gate & bigger fuel tank for enhanced practicality
  • Powerful air-conditioner

Things We Don't Like in Nano

  • Sluggish performance of AMT
  • Sub-standard plastic quality
  • Bumpy Ride Quality; Suspension tuning could have been better
  • Too light to handle cross-winds – Fast heavy vehicles passing by can really disturb Nano’s motion

Stand Out Features

  • The cheapest Automatic car in India

    The cheapest Automatic car in India

  • Fuel Efficient – Delivers close to 20kmpl in combination (city and highway)

    Fuel Efficient – Delivers close to 20kmpl in combination (city and highway)

CarDekho Verdict

The Nano, in the newest Gen Next avatar, is a great offering for someone who wants a small and efficient city car. The in-built flaws of its original like the top-heavy shape, tiny wheels, limited cabin storage and small boot are still there with the Nano and digesting that at a price equivalent to country's most successful car- Maruti Suzuki Alto, seems like a difficult call.

"The Nano, in the newest Gen Next avatar, is a great offering for someone who wants a small and efficient city car."

But Tata Motors have tried their level best to bring it up to speed with the segment standards and has added Bluetooth-equipped audio system, power steering, an openable hatch and, of course, the automatic gearbox, which makes Nano – even better at being an intra-city compact car.


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