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2012 Tata Nano: A more coloree vision

The Tata Nano, the least expensive car on the planet appeared in 2009 is a huge commercial failure, but not for mediatic Indian manufacturer Tata.

Today, the Indian conglomerate ad on the net output of the 2012 version of its small car.

This is actually a slight "facelift" that receives the Nano.

At its external appearance, one is familiar ground unless it receives some minor refinements in its shields. Added to this are new trims and a host of new pastel colors.

On the inside, it simply adjusts to the new color of the body.

She receives new modern equipment, particularly in its LX version called upscale with the arrival of a system central locking, electric windows in the front and has a 12V socket.

More powerful engine

Under his very short hood, the 2012 Tata Nano has always trust her tiny two-cylinder engine of only 624 cm?. However, its power increased from 35 to 38 horses.

The advertised consumption is 3.3 li/100 km for CO2 emissions has evaluated 93 g / km.

In entry-level, the price of the small Indian remains unchanged, which allows it to remain the least expensive car in the world.

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