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Tata Nano

Starting at ₹ 1.97 lakhs
Ex-showroom, New Delhi
EMI: 3,653/-
For a loan of 1,67,674 @ 11.5% over 60 months
3.6 /5 based on 151 reviews | Write a review
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Tata Nano Price by Versions

Tata Nano comes in following 5 versions with 1 engine and 1 transmission and 2 fuel options. Click on a Nano version name to know on-road price in your city, specifications and features.

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Version Ex-Showroom Price (New Delhi)  
Tata Nano CX

624cc Petrol, Manual, 25.4 kpl

1.97 lakhs

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Tata Nano Twist XE

624cc Petrol, Manual, 25.4 kpl

2.06 lakhs

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Tata Nano LX

624cc Petrol, Manual, 25.4 kpl

2.22 lakhs

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Tata Nano Twist XT

624cc Petrol, Manual, 25.35 kpl

2.43 lakhs

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Tata Nano XM

624cc CNG, Manual

2.52 lakhs

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Discontinued Tata Nano Versions: Tata Nano CNG emax CX, Tata Nano CNG emax LX

Tata Nano Review

The Tata Nano is simply known as the cheapest car in the world, but in reality there is lot more to this entry-level hatchback. It is actually a decent car worthy of competing with the Maruti Alto and the Hyundai Eon. full review

The Tata Nano is simply known as the cheapest car in the world, but in reality there is lot more to this entry-level hatchback. It is actually a decent car worthy of competing with the Maruti Alto and the Hyundai Eon.

Tata Nano

The Nano has been updated twice since the launch in 2009; Tata has worked on refinement and there is a marked difference in the recently launched 2013 product. The small car now gets better styling, improved interiors, extra storage space and few additional features.

Ford EcoSport

The basic looks of the Nano have not changed since the launch. The design is simplistic and cost effective with the standard Tata front fascia that sports a big smile. The car has a tall-boy design, but it is disproportionate to the length of the car and the side view of the Nano is slightly odd. The rear is simple without a tailgate, as the engine sits there powering the rear wheels. The vertical tail lamp cluster is similar to that of the other Tata cars.

Ford EcoSport

The Nano is surprisingly spacious for an entry-level car; there is enough room in the front and also lot more in the rear when compared to its competitors. The tall-boy design makes ingress / egress easier and also provides ample headroom. There are two glove boxes in this car – one at the customary position on the dashboard in front of the co-driver seat; the other one is in front of the driver (on the dash) behind the steering wheel.

Ford EcoSport

The features list on the top-end LX version is quite wholesome for the segment – the car gets a 1-DIN music system that has USB-AUX compatibility apart from the usual CD player and radio. What’s more? It also has Bluetooth connectivity that not only lets us make calls but also streams music. The front speakers get body coloured surrounds that liven up the cabin. Like the pre-facelift model the front doors have power-windows, but they are still weirdly positioned in the center close to the gearlever. The Nano LX also gets front fog lamps.

Ford EcoSport

The small car is powered by a 624cc twin-cylinder petrol engine that produces 38bhp (@5500rpm) and 51Nm of torque (@4000). The engine sits at the back of the car and powers the rear wheels via four-speed manual gearbox. The car produces just about enough power for a comfortable drive in city traffic, but out on the highway it starts to feel breathless past 80kph. The bonnet of the car houses the spare tyre and offers some storage space.

Ford EcoSport

There were few complaints – the paddles are oddly positioned, the car does not have power steering and both front and rear wheels get drum brakes. The most important bit missing from the Nano is the ABS, but none of the entry-level models in India offer the same.

Ford EcoSport

The marketing strategy of tagging it the world’s cheapest car has gone against Tata – the Nano is actually a decent entry-level car that undercuts the Alto, Eon and the Spark on pricing but offers similar value.

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Tata Nano Expert Reviews

Tata Nano reviews and comparisons by CarWale Experts.

  • Tata Nano Twist
    Tata Nano Twist

    Ninad Mirajgaonkar, 13 Jan 2014

    The Nano is a study in contradictions. It was originally conceived to be the poor man’s car, but the poor man doesn’t have a car in our country. Not yet. It met all the ...

Specifications Summary


624 cc, CNG, 33 bhp @ 5500 RPM power


624 cc, Petrol, 37 bhp @ 5500 RPM power


4-speed, Manual, RWD

Seating Capacity

4 seater


Manual steering


Power steering

Tata Nano Colours

Tata Nano is sold in the following colours in India.

  • Cornflower Blue
  • Papaya Orange
  • Meteor Silver
  • Mojito Green
  • Pearl White
  • Rouge Red
  • Serene White
  • Royal Gold
  • Dazzle Blue

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Tata Nano User Reviews

Recent user reviews on Tata Nano.

  • Surpriced every one

    on Tata Nano by narendrakumar, 14-Feb-2015
    Every one surpiced when they are riding in my car ,they never expect such big leg room space inside the car,my self feel comfortable for driving,getting down from vehcle is very [...]


    on Tata Nano by Skraju, 08-Feb-2015
    Hi to all I am writing a small review. We bought the car as a second hand from pre owned cars as a coset of 85000 which is 2012 model and with a odo meter reading of 11550. we drove [...]

  • Child lock is must

    on Tata Nano by Gurcharan Singh, 21-Jan-2015
    Hi All, Greetings!!! I bought Tata Nano Awesome Model last year 2014 on Guru Nanak’s Birth anniversary @2.35 lac from Macro Ventures/Motors Mohali Punjab. Before buying this [...]

  • Its all about mentality

    on Tata Nano by Anupam Sharma, 07-Jan-2015
    Many wise people compare this car with replacement of 3 wheel auto. Amazing to see that why India is unable to do competation with US and European countries due to this mentality. Pick [...]

  • Value for the Money that i have invested

    on Tata Nano by Bala, 06-Jan-2015
    I Own a Manza( Petrol)and the wonderful choice i have made ever but suffered a lot to take it in Chennai traffice for my day to day office use :(. So i thought of taking a small car( [...]

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