Tata Motors has launched the Nano in Nepal. The car, which will cost NPR Rs 7.98 lakh will be on sale across the country through its distributor, Sipradi Trading, at 14 Sipradi owned and Sipradi authorised dealer showrooms.
In the first phase, bookings will be open for a 10-day period. All three variants can be booked. The Nano Standard can be booked for NPR 10,000, the Nano CX for NPR 20,000 and the Nano LX for NPR 30,000.
To mark the Tata Nano’s introduction, Tata Motors and Sipradi kicked off a country-wide rally, ‘Nano Yatra Nepal’, which began on June 1 in Kathmandu. During the journey, two Nanos will cover about 40,000 km, visiting 15 landmark destinations.
Johnny Oommen, head – International Business (Passenger Vehicles), Tata Motors, said, “We are delighted to introduce the Tata Nano in Nepal. With Sipradi, we have created a country-wide infrastructure to service our customers.” The Nano was recently launched in Sri Lanka