Nano Nano: A U.S. Version Would Cost About $8,000 Nano Nano: A U.S. Version Would Cost About $8,000
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Nano Nano: A U.S. Version Would Cost About $8,000

by Patrick James

January 17, 2010
On the heels of last week's Nano speculation, here's some more: According to Yahoo news, a version of the Tata Nano that meets U.S. emission and other standards is being "readied" for sale in America. It wouldn't be for at least another year or two, and in order to meet those American specs it will likely cost about $8,000.
Tata Motors already has made a European version of the four-seat car that will cost about $8,000 when it debuts in 2011, and a Tata Technologies official said privately that the U.S. version is expected to have a comparable price. The official did not want to be identified because the price has not been made public.
At that price, I'd rather look into the likes of a Focus or Yaris. What about you?Thanks, Lawrence.
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Nano Nano: A U.S. Version Would Cost About $8,000