? Cool Title, but what’s the news?
India’s cheapest car, Nano, by Tata Motors has met an unfortunate end, at the tender age of 10.
? Okay, but what does it mean?
The production numbers of this ‘people’s car’, as marketed by Tata Motors, dropped drastically, reaching to only one unit produced in the month of June
? Why should I care?
Tata Motors aimed to target Indian buyers who wanted to buy cars without burning major holes in their pocket. For people who’re looking to now buy a cheap car, the cheapest options you have available are Datsun redi-Go & the Maruti Suzuki Alto, both priced a little over INR 2.5L.