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Re: Replacement for my Tata Nano?
I bought mine in 2013 - the last time a top line version had no power steering - once it had interiors that no longer looked low rent. The idea was to keep it for at least ten years and I have no regrets. The car is perfect for the application, Concorde Motors after sales can be excellent once you know the strings that sometimes need to be pulled, and as the pictures of the car with the same girl as she has grown in 4 years show, it holds its looks if taken care of as well as any car on Indian roads today.
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