World’s Cheapest Car: 2011 Tata Nano CX review

By Alan Ng - Jul 7, 2010

Are you currently looking for a brand new, but affordable motor? If you are, you should consider the Tata Nano CX – considered to be the world’s cheapest car. We have a brief review for you to take a look at.

As reported from PopularMechanics, the Tato Nano was originally designed for the Indian Market only, but you’ll be pleased to know that modified versions of the car could be making it’s way to the EU and US markets.

PopularMechanics is calling the Tato Nano India’s version of the Ford Model T and VW Beetle – but does the vehicle have enough features to attract buyers in Europe and the United States?

Well if we are talking price, then the answer is yes. It is available in India for just $2500 and has enough space for four people, while also including air conditioning and a radio as generous add-ons.

If you are interested in hearing more on the Tata Nano CX, head over to PopularMechanics for the full review, including some useful pictures of the vehicle.

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  • Tata Nano is the great creation by Tata makers. It is a World’s cheapest car and can be classified as a smart car due to its compact and clever design. It is a fuel efficient car and because of its size its running off smoothly from traffic. What else we need in our ideal family car. Tata Nano proves that Tata motors have always been making such cars which meets the requirements of Indian consumers. Tata Winger Review