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Tata Nano CNG Emax - A Revolutionary Hatchback...

31 March 2018, 05:08 PM

Tata Nano is a compact hatchback built by the legendary home-grown auto manufacturer. The car was launched during the 2009 end and since then, it has undergone several cosmetic changes to enhance the outlooks and engine performance. When the rumours regarding the launch of this car were spread across the nation, people were left astounded as to how can a car bear a price tag of a mere Rs. 1 lakh. But the company, with its proficiency and astute strategy, turned the unthinkable into a possibility. The car is available in a variety of variants, which fall under the range of Rs. 1.40 – Rs. 2.50 lakh. Latest addition in these variants was the CNG version called Tata Nano emax. This car was launched during October 2013 and has a standard petrol engine along with the company fitted CNG kit.

This compact hatchback is incorporated by a 0.7-litre Multi Point Fuel Injection (MPFI) type petrol engine, which has a displacement of 624 cc. The mill is able to churn a power output of 37 bhp with a maximum torque of 51 Nm. It is melded with a 4-speed manual gearbox, which transfers all the energy to the rear wheels.  The engine is highly efficient and records a laudable fuel economy statistic of 36 km per kg, while running on CNG. On petrol, this car has already registered an Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) tested mileage of 25 kmpl.

Tata nano cng rmax - a revolutionary hatchback

Tata Nano CNG emax has overall the same looks as the other variants of the car. It has an overall dimension of 3099 mm at length, 1495 mm at width and 1652 mm at height. It has a wheelbase of 2230 mm and has a decent ground clearance of 180 mm. Its overall weight is 735 kg and comprises a sufficient boot space of 80 litres. On petrol, it can hold up to 15 litres of fuel in the tank, whereas, the CNG cylinder has a capacity 32 litres (water-filling capacity).

This hatchback arrives in two variants namely – Tata Nano emax CX and LX, with their prices as Rs. 2.33 lakh and Rs. 2.60 lakh, respectively. Their outlooks are entirely the same, however at the interiors, these trims bear slight variation. The top-end variant comes with an entertainment system, body-coloured ORVMs, AC unit with heater, front power windows and central locking with key. Apart from these features, both these models have the provision of finely-stitched fabric upholstery, an air conditioner, internal boot-lid opener and low-fuel level warning.

The Tata Nano CNG has also witnessed a commendable sales rate as is the case with the petrol variants. Several Tata car dealers in India consider this compact hatchback to be the game changer for the company.  Auto experts also believe that among all the Tata cars in India, this hatchback has been a consistent performer and will continue to deliver the same efficiency in the long run as well. With such a moderate price tag, the Tata Nano is a sure shot buy as it has all the features to keep the modern day passengers fully content.

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