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I am rich, not cheap

By SRPrasad on 31 December 2010

To feel, is to believe. I got my Nano in April 2010 and am done with 6000 KM now. Trust me, its a joy to ride Nano. I am a hefty man and weight a ton plus, and along with me, I take at least 4 adults, a kid, and a dog for all my trips, and off the 6K kilometers, I never had any problem at any point in time.

The whole world is yelling at fire catch and the short price difference between Nano and other cars being the culprits for Nano's failure, but the main blow, as I consider, are the 2 factors: First one, its being called the "cheap car," making it look cheap in front of the other cars, and its owners look cheap in front of other car owners, though it is absolutely the other way round; and secondly, the rear look; which just resembles an auto for most of the Indians with the big cylinder like structure peeping outside with the silencer exposing itself out with the sound of an auto, this makes one feel like it is just an upgraded auto with a steering.

Trust me friends, its my personal experience, you can blindly go for Nano as it seats you better than any other cars in this segment, its performance is extremely good, its cutting angle and road clearance is just outstanding, and don't ever worry about its performance on hill stations/ghats, even if fully loaded. This is absolutely a car and nothing but car and is a perfect match for a small family. Go for it and enjoy the new year with a smile on your face and a trustworthy vehicle in front of your house.

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