Tata Nano PriceList
Tata Nano Specifications
Dimension & Weights
|Overall Length||3164 mm|
|Overall Width||1750 mm|
|Overall Height||1652 mm|
|Ground Clearance||180 mm|
|Torque||51 Nm @ 4000 ± 500 rpm|
|Power||38 PS @ 5500 ± 250 rpm|
|No of Cylinders||2|
Tata Nano Features
|Power Windows||Front Only||Front Only|
Tata Nano Colors
- Meteor Silver
- Damson Purple
- Dazzle Blue
- Persian Rose
- Royal Gold
- Sangria Red
- Pearl White
- Persian Rose
Expert Test Drive Review
On the inside, the interior of the new model has been revamped as well. The large windows add to the airy feel, while you sit upright and there’s ample of leg / knee space. There’s a new steering wheel like found on the Bolt and Zest twins, but in the Nano it comes without controls for the audio system. The Nano is decently equipped with features like keyless entry, a 4-speaker audio system that supports Bluetooth telephony, a comprehensive driver information display that has two trip meters, etc.
In the AMT equipped versions, there’s a new AMT console which eats up a lot of space. That said, there’s still enough space to keep your knick-knacks.
The manual model offers 110 litres of boot space while the automatic offers 94 litres
The Tata Nano has a clear to read speedometer dial
The Tata Nano has a stubby gear lever
The Tata Nano has front cup holders
On the outside, the Tata Nano comes with smoked headlamps, new bumper with a ‘smiley’ grille and a black bezel between the lamps two headlamps. Side profile is largely unchanged from the outgoing car, but there are no alloy wheels on offer as of now in the new model. At the back, the bumper is redesigned and houses a similar grille as on the front. The Nano also gets a revised rear design, thanks to the addition of an usable tail-gate. Lifting the tailgate gives access to the boot – 110litres in manual and 94 litres for the AMT equipped versions.
The Tata Nano has a stubby front end design
The Tata Nano has a tall rear profile
The Tata Nano has a cute side profile, although its tiny wheels look dwarfed by its tall height
The Tata Nano has a ground clearance of 180mm
The Tata Nano comes powered by a 624cc petrol engine that delivers decent amount of grunt in a car of that size. In the manual version, the engine feels peppy and sprightly whereas with the AMT, it can be best described as relaxed. Even then, the engine offers adequate performance for daily running in a city, while it’s also light on the pocket.
The engine is refined and the NVH levels are well contained. The broad power-band offers excellent drivability in the city. At higher speeds/rpms it does tend to run out of breath though.
Engine & Performance Details
The Tata Nano offers linear acceleration
The Tata Nano has a top speed of around 105 kmh
The Tata Nano has reasonable in-gear acceleration
The Tata Nano has a four-speed gearbox for the manual model and a five-speed unit in the automatic versions
The manual Tata Nano has an ARAI rated efficiency of 23.6km/l while the automaticmodel returns 21.9 km/l
Mileage View full detail
|Tata Nano XE||23.6 kmpl|
|Tata Nano XM||23.6 kmpl|
|Tata Nano XT||23.6 kmpl|
|Tata Nano XMA||21.9 kmpl|
|Tata Nano XTA||21.9 kmpl|
City fuel economy
The Tata Nano offers an urban economy of 17 kml for the manual model and 15 kml for the automatic model
Highway fuel economy
The Tata Nano offers a highway economy of 22 kml for the manual model and 18.6 kml for the automatic version
ARAI rated economy
The Tata Nano has an ARAI rated fuel efficiency figure of 23.6 kml for the manual model while the automatic model has a rated efficiency figure of 21.9 kml
With its 24 litre tank, the Nano has a range of 566 km for the manual model and 525 km for the automatic model
On handling front, the new Tata Nano does not feel much different than the outgoing version. The power steering is light and features an ‘active return’ system that makes steering the vehicle effortless at low speeds, Around corners, the Nano does roll a fair bit, thanks to the combination of its ride-height and short-wheelbase.
The ride quality is satisfactory on the Nano in comparison to its rivals. It’s not overly soft or stiff, and does the job of gobbling potholes and bumps in a confident manner. At slightly higher speeds, the ride may get too bumpy for the liking of the occupants, but it is not uncomfortable or bone-breaking stiff.
On open stretches, the Nano can cruise comfortably at speeds of 80-90km/h. Braking, however, continues to be its weakest link as the vehicle swerves under hard braking which is a cause of great concern.
The Nano is aimed to be a city car and that’s where its strength lies! Around town, the Nano is easy to maneuver and effortless to drive, especially the AMT version.
In the new model, Tata Motors has stiffened the frame and chassis of the Nano. The frontal crash crumple zone/area has been increased in length, while side impact beams have been incorporated on all the doors. The changes result in an overall increase in torsional stiffness and rigidity, showing Tata Motors’ effort to enhance occupant safety in the car. Basic safety features like ABS and airbags have been given a miss though!
Handling Braking & Safety Details
The Tata Nano generates a lot of body roll around corners
The Tata Nano's brakes can be improved
The Tata Nano offers no active safety features
The Tata Nano does not have anti-lock braking system
The Tata Nano does not have traction control
Ride comfort is good for its segment and potholes and minor undulations are dismissed with ease. As the speeds rise, the ride gets bumpier
Comfort & Suspension Details
The Tata Nano has a comfortable ride
The Tata Nano;s front suspension consists of Independent, Lower Wishbone, McPherson Strut with gas filled dampers and anti-roll bar
The Tata Nano's front suspension consists of Independent, Semi Trailing arm with coil spring & gas filled shock absorbers
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