352 Tata Nano cars have been booked within ten days of its launch in Nepal which is the only market abroad after Sri Lanka where Nano is being sold. Nano standard which cost NRs 7.98 lakh or Rs 5 lakh in Indian currency, is the cheapest car so far offered to Nepalese customers. Besides, 35% customers booked the high priced Tata LX while 20% booked moderately priced Tata CX.
However, only 45 percent of the customers here favoured Tata Nano standard while 55 percent favoured Tata LX (higher cost with more facilities) and Nano CX (moderately high cost) cars, according to Sipradi Trading Pvt Ltd, the authorised distributor of Tata Nano in Nepal.
Sipradi Trading (the authorised distributor of Tata Motors in Nepal) has received 8000 queries in just two weeks time for the Nano. Deliveries will start by the end of the month with customers getting special EMI schemes to get hold of the car. The Nano is sold in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Tata Motors plans to take the Nano to many other Asian countries by the end of this fiscal year.
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