Tata Motors launched Nano in Nepal


Tata Nano the world’s cheapest car has been launched in Nepal, which is the second foreign country after introduced in Sri Lanka. The Nano has been launched in Nepal at an introductory price of Rs. 7.98 lakhs, which equivalent to roughly INR 5 lakh when converted to Indian currency.

The company will sell the car across Nepal through the company’s distributor, Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd., at 14 Sipradi owned & Sipradi authorised dealer showrooms. Apart from this the company has also tied up with ten commercial banks to provide financing for the purchase of the vehicle.

In the first phase, bookings will be open for 10 days, starting from today. All the 3 variants will be available for booking at 14 Sipradi owned & Sipradi authorised dealer showrooms. The Nano Standard can be booked for NPR 10,000, the Nano CX for NPR 20,000 and the Nano LX for NPR 30,000. The EMI for the Tata Nano will be as low as NPR 11,111.

Tata has been selling products in Nepal for the last 36 years. Currently the Indica Xeta, the Indica V2, the Indica Vista, the Indigo CS, the Manza, the Sumo, the Grande, the Safari and the Aria make up the third largest passenger car manufacturer in Nepal.

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