The car considered to be the cheapest in the world, Nano, will be available for purchase in Nepal after two months. Sipradi Trading, the authorized distributor of Tata vehicles in Nepal, unveiled the two Nano cars to be used for Nano Yatra Nepal campaign.
In the 35 days Nano Yatra Nepal campaign, the car will be driven an approximate length of 10,000 km covering different parts of Nepal. After the completion of the first campaign, another campaign is planned to complete 35,000 km covering almost every parts of the country.
Sipradi is planning to sell three variants of the car – Nano, Nano CX and Nano LX. Nano, the basic model, and Nano LX, the luxury model,
will be available in three colors, and the intermediate model, Nano CX, will be available in five colors.
Features available in the three models are:
|Nano||digital fuel gauge, front room lamp, integrated front seat headrest, sun-visor, driver seat with slider and recliner, front assist grips, fuel indicator lamps, temperature buzzer, and rear seat belts|
|Nano CX||(All above)+ cooling system, integrated rear seat head rest, co-driver seat with slider and recliner, rear assist grip and booster assisted brakes|
|Nano LX||(All above)+ body colored bumpers and door handles, front fog lamps, rear fog lamps, in
strument cluster with trip meter, power windows, cup holder and central lock with key
Although the retail price of the car is not fixed, the 4 seats model is expected to cost between Rs. 8 lakh to 12 lakh (Is that cheap?).