More importantly, would you buy and drive this car?
Efficient, light, and affordable. That is the philosophy behind the
Tata Nano, the world’s cheapest car, and one of the smallest as well.
Launched earlier this year in Tata’s home market of India, the Nano is
a lesson in minimalism, with a trunk that doesn’t open, a single wiper
blade, and a number of other cost cutting features that keep its price
down to just $2,160. Yes, you can buy a brand new car for just over
$2,000 American dollars in India.
In fact, you might be able to buy one here in the good old U.S.A. in a
few years. Reuters is reporting that Tata is considering selling the
Nano right here in America. The question is, would Americans buy it?
I am thinking that if they managed to keep it under about 5 grand and it was road safe it would be an awesome commuting car and even better as that first car for a kid.
Fuel consumption? Because you do really want to know: