Published on March 21, 2009
World’s Cheapest Car- NANO Launched!
VEHICLE SUMMARY Name: Nano Car Body Type: Hatchback, Segment: A Segment Top Speed: 105, 0 to 60: 8.00 ,0 to 100: 12.60
Fuel Consumption Fuel Consumption Highway : 26.00 kmpl. Fuel Consumption City: 22.00 kmpl. Warranty: 18 Months or 24,000 kms
ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement: 624cc, Rear Mounted, Aluminium Engine Type: Petrol Maximum Power: 35 Bhp @ 5500 rpm Maximum Torque: 48 Nm @ 3000 rpm
DIMENSIONS Length: 3099 mm, Width:1495 mm, Height: 1620 mm
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Seating Capacity: 4 Tyre Size: 135/70 R12 - 155/65 R12 Suspension: Independent McPherson Struts, Coil Springs Boot Space: 80.00 ltrs. Steering: No Power Steering Brakes: Front Disk, Rear Drum Gears: 4 Manual Ground Clearance: 180.00 mm Kerb Weight: 600.00 kgs. Fuel Tank: 15.00
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