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Tata Nano Price List (By Variant)

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XE
624 cc | Manual | Petrol | 18 - 22 kmpl
2.36 lakhs
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XM
624 cc | Manual | Petrol | 18 - 22 kmpl
2.72 lakhs
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XT
624 cc | Manual | Petrol | 18 - 22 kmpl
2.93 lakhs
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XMA AutoShift
624 cc | Automatic | Petrol | 20 - 22 kmpl
3.15 lakhs
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XTA AutoShift
624 cc | Automatic | Petrol | 20 - 22 kmpl
3.35 lakhs
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XM CNG eMAX
624 cc | Manual | CNG | 18 - 22 kmpl
2.97 lakhs
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All Prices are Ex-showroom, Delhi
Note:Tata Nano Standard Old BS3, CX, LX, CX CNG eMAX, LX CNG eMAX, Standard Old BS4, CX Old BS4, LX Old BS4 have been discontinued.

Quick Facts about Tata Nano

Tata Nano, a Hatchback has 6 versions available in India. Nano has 5 Petrol cars and 1 CNG car. Tata Nano comes in 9 colours, namely, Cornflower Blue, Dazzle Blue, Meteor Silver, Mojito Green, Papaya Orange, Pearl White, Rouge Red, Royal Gold, Serene White.

Tata Nano Price in Popular Cities

Delhi

2.65 - 3.71 lakhs

Mumbai

2.89 - 4.02 lakhs

Bangalore

2.97 - 4.04 lakhs

Pune

2.9 - 4.02 lakhs

Chennai

2.92 - 3.97 lakhs

Kolkata

2.9 - 3.92 lakhs
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Tata Nano Review

Summary

Launched in 2009, the Tata Nano created buzz as ‘world’s cheapest car’ in the market, but the same strategy went against the brand and its sales started falling. After introducing various updates and variants to the hatchback, the home-grown automaker replaced the entire lineup with the new Nano GenX AMT that received a few cosmetic updates and an AMT (automated manual transmission) gearbox. The refreshed Nano became India’s most affordable automatic car. The exterior styling of the hatchback is revised with new smoke headlamps with black bezel and large circular fog lamps, front and rear bumpers with Infinity motif grille and other styling elements. Perhaps, the most significant update is the open-able boot that makes it more practical than the old one. The interior, too, looks refreshing with new interior trims and plenty of additional features. Powering the hatchback is the same old 624cc, two-cylinder MPFI petrol engine, but now it’s more refined and frugal.  Transmissions on offer are a new 5-speed AMT (automated manual transmission) gearbox and a 4-speed manual.

Further to this, read Tata Nano Road Test details by our expert.

Exterior

The new Nano GenX with significant cosmetic updates looks sportier than the old model. Though, it retains its original shape.  The car features new smoke headlamps with black bezel and large circular fog lamps, front and rear bumpers with Infinity motif grille, a piano black hood garnish and integrated tailgate spoiler. The open-able bootlid makes it more practical than before. The hatchback gets a new color - Sangria Red - along with the regular shades.

Interior

With various new features, the new GenX has surely become a lot richer and more up-market product than its predecessor. It gets new-generation Tata signature electric power-assisted steering wheel with active return function and speed sensitivity, and first-in-segment color themes. Other features include Zest/ Bolt-inspired steering, first-in-segment digital information display, an Amphistream music system with USB, Aux-in and Bluetooth connectivity, surround sound effect with 4-speakers, externally adjustable ORVMs, front power windows, new interior trims, central locking remote and burglar alarm.  

Engine and Transmission

The 2015 Tata Nano GenX is powered by the same old 624cc, two-cylinder MPFI petrol engine that produces a maximum power of 38bhp and a peak torque of 51Nm. Though, it’s more refined and fuel efficient than the old unit, thanks to the new cylinder head and aluminum block. A 4-speed manual transmission is available on XM and XE trims, while the 5-speed AMT (automated manual transmission) gearbox is offered on EasyShift Automatic XMA and XTA variants.

Performance and Handling

The powertrain is more refined, fuel efficient, and has improved NVH levels. The car drives well at sedate speed, and delivers adequate performance. Drivability is quite impressive with AMT gearbox, but it doesn’t show a quick progress. With increased fuel tank capacity (24-litres), the hatchback offers a range of over 450kms. The light steering, anti-roll for high speed stability and SUV-like ground clearance further enhance its handling and driving dynamics. The ride quality is good, but it gets bouncy on rough surfaces.

Braking System

Similar to the old model, the new GenX Nano has drum brakes on both front and rear axles. Though, the front brakes need to be updated with disc brakes. The stopping power isn’t up to the mark, and brake pedal still lacks the feel.

Mileage

The 624 cc CNG - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 18 kmpl in city and 22 kmpl on highways, while the Petrol variant offers a mileage of 19 kmpl on urban roads and 22 kmpl and freeways, respectively.

Safety Features

With advanced structural stability, the new Nano GenX ensures a safe and confident drive. It comes equipped with impact cushioning crumple zone, central locking, booster assisted brakes, central high mount stop lamp, side intrusion beams, hazard warning switch and additional reinforced body structure for enhanced frontal crash protection.

Verdict

With new styling, rich features and refined engine, the Tata Nano GenX is certainly an improved product than the old one. Though, the major highlight is the new AMT gearbox that makes it India’s most affordable automatic car.

Competition

Tata Nano GenX Vs Maruti Suzuki Alto 800

The new Tata Nano GenX is more practical and up-market than the old one, thanks to the larger fuel tank capacity, open-able hatch and refined engine. It’s the most fuel efficient and affordable car to buy. Though, the braking performance and handling are mediocre. The Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, on the other hand, has basic design and features, coupled with efficient engine.

Pros

  1. Compact and easy to drive in city
  2. Spacious and well-equipped cabin
  3. More refined and fuel efficient engine
  4. Well-controlled NVH levels

Cons

  1. Highway performance
  2. AMT gearbox lag
  3. Still lacks internally adjustable rearview mirrors and front disc brakes
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NANO EXPERT REVIEWS

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  • 2013 Tata Nano Review: Awesomeness?

    Aditya Chatterjee | 09th August 2013

    2013 Tata Nano Review: Awesomeness? If you have been glued to the idiot box, there are chances you have seen the new 2013 Nano TV commercial which shows the youth grooving on a peppy tune created exclusively for this new iteration. The excitement and energy around the Nano is evident. It may be a small car but then the Nano has seen big challen....

    The new 2013 Nano does not come with substantial updates and instead it’s a blink it and miss it kinds. The Nano has always attracted cute reviews for its petite looks. The same has been retained with a dash of funk for the youth. Tata Motors has also introduced 2 new colors, dazzle Blue and Royal Gold on this jelly bean looking car. While....

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NANO USER REVIEWS

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Tusharendra Sharma | 12th June 2017

Overall Car Rating:4 star

Space, satisfactory pic-up , easy drive in city condition, mileage.

Obviously Tata service.

Bose Susanta | 16th February 2017

Overall Car Rating:5 star

Rear wheel drive, utilizing full power that's why perfect for hill stations and forest also. ...

Only outlook otherwise everything is OK.

Bose Susanta | 09th February 2017

Overall Car Rating:4 star

Trouble free performance and ground clearance.

Outlook.

Sudipto Mitra | 18th July 2015

Overall Car Rating:4 star

Very economical, easy to drive, fuel efficient

Increase the wheel size, disc brakes, some more engine options

Tata Nano Colours

Damson Purple
Dazzle Blue
Espresso Brown
Meteor Silver
Pearl White
Sangria Red

Tata Nano Specifications

Note: Specifications for Nano XE (Petrol) have been mentioned

DIMENSIONS, CAPACITIES & Details

  • Length: 3099 mm
  • Width: 1495 mm
  • Height: 1652 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2230 mm
  • Turning Radius: 4 m
  • Ground Clearance: 180 mm
  • Boot Space: 80 L
  • Fuel Capacity: 15 L
  • Colors: Damson Purple, Dazzle Blue , Espresso Brown, Meteor Silver, Pearl White, Sangria Red
  • Seating Capacity: 4

Performance

  • Displacement: 624 cc
  • Peak Power: 38 BHP
    @5500 RPM
  • Peak Torque: 51 NM
    @4000 RPM

Key Features

  • Air Conditioner
  • Power steering
  • Steering Adjustment

Tata Nano News

  • Tata Motors contemplating alternate plans for Nano

    Nikhil Puthran | 28th August 2017

    Tata Nano, launched as India’s most affordable car, has been witnessing a steep drop in sales in recent times. Produced at the Tata facility in Sanand, Gujarat, the company sells ...

  • Tata Motors to offer a discount scheme on spares and services

    CarTrade Editorial Team | 13th June 2017

    Regular operation of your vehicle causes wear and tear of components and to ensure that your car continues to be safe, economical and reliable, you need to regularly and scientifically ...

  • Tata Nano stayed despite losses due to emotional reasons: Cyrus Mistry

    Nikhil Puthran | 27th October 2016

    Amidst the controversy surrounding the ouster  of Cyrus Mistry from the Tata Group, Mistry in his letter to Tata Sons and Tata Trust board members states that only emotional reasons ...

  • Tata Nano facelift test mule spotted

    Nikhil Puthran | 28th May 2016

    For a while now, Tata Nano facelift codenamed ‘Pelican’ has been generating a lot of hype around it. Believed to have received the biggest update for the country’s most

  • Tata Motors likely to locally manufacture AMT units for GenX Nano by 2016

    Nikhil Puthran | 26th December 2015

    The GenX Nano has been the newest variant of affordable small car from Tata Motors. Launched earlier this year, the new model came with new age style and an automated ...

  • Strong Demand for AMT makes Tata Motors cut down Nano variants to GenX and eMax

    Aditya Chatterjee | 16th September 2015

    The Tata Nano, which was launched in 2009, was a brave attempt by the Indian car maker to make a car for masses without making them shell a lot for ...

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