Maruti Alto leads again: Tata Nano and Hyundai Eon feature in the list of top 10 cars sold in India
Success of Tata Nano comes despite the fact that it was in the news for all wrong reasons when there were at least 6 instances of the car catching fire. The company repositioned Nano at the end of last year and it was marketed as an ideal vehicle for women and younger drivers. Innovative colors also added to its appeal while a diesel version is in the offing.
It has already been revealed by Tata officials that they are working on a new variants of Nano. A petrol 800 cc with price tag of Rs 2.5 lakhs and diesel with price tag of Rs 3.5 lakhs. These new Nano variants will come with new colors, better styling and improved quality. It is the very size of the vehicle itself that is a major attraction specially considering the present congested traffic situation, dearth of parking facilities and high prices of fuel.