The cheapest car of India is yet to set another benchmark. As said by the Tata Motors MD, Mr. P. M. Telang, 350 dedicated Tata Nano Showrooms will be in operation by the end of 2012. Currently they have 120 dedicated Tata Nano Showrooms functioning, which means, 230 more showrooms to be set up. By setting up a massive network of sales and service across towns and villages, Tata Motors aims the general people as customers and tries to gain people’s trust.
Tata Motors slowly approaching to its desired goals by launching the Nano overseas. The nano made it to Shri Lanka, Nepal and recently Tata Motors has also revealed their plans of exporting 2000 units annually to Bangladesh. Though in Bangladesh, perhaps Nano won’t be the cheapest car because it will cost a whooping 500,000 Taka.
Tata Motors has already showcased the diesel variant of Tata Nano and have plans of launching it in mid-2012. Tata Motors has reported a 40.5 per cent growth for the fourth quarter of the last fiscal.
Is the Nano on it’s way to grab the ‘Most Popular Car’ badge? What do you think?
Source : Economic Times