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|13th March 2009, 16:30||#1|
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SCOOP :1,00,000 Takiya (Tata Nano) details leaked
tata nano-full specifications and features
launch: 23rd march, 2009
nano CX mid level
nano LX top end
cost of base model not to exceed Rs. 1,00,000 ex-factory
safety as per Indian standards
seating capacity of 4 persons
all aluminium rear mounted MPFI
EMS: 32-bit microprocessor
piston displacement: 624 cc, petrol with single balancer shaft
drive train: rear wheel drive
cylinder count: 2 cylinders
valve gear: 4 valves, 2 valves per cylinder
max power: 35 bhp@5500 rpm
torque: 4.8 kgm@3000 rpm
compression ratio: 9.7:1
power to weight ratio: 0.58
acceleration: 0-60 kmph: 8 secs
top speed: 105 kmph
EMS electronic engine management system with "blink code mechanism" for easy repairs
fuel cut-off for safety
gearbox: 4 forward speeds, 1 reverse, all forward gears synchronised
operation: cable operted
1st: 3.45, shift upto 10 kmph
2nd: 1.95, shift between 20-30 kmph
3rd: 1.26, shift between 30-50 kmph
4th: 0.838, shift between 50-70 kmph
front: independent mcpherson strut, shock absorber
rear: semi trailing arm, coil spring with gas filled shock absorber
front: 180 mm drum
rear: 180 mm drum
wheels and tyres:
front tyres: 135/70 R 12 tubeless
rear tyres: 155/65 R 12 tubeless
spare: 1 tyre, 135/70 R 12 tubeless
tubeless radial tyres standard on all variants
in case the front tyre punctures, you can replace it with the stepney provided.
in case of a rear tyre puncture, since there is no stepney of that tyre, Tata recommends:
front: 26 psi
rear: 28 psi
turning radius: 4 meters
dimensions and weights:
length: 3099 mm
width: 1495 mm
height: 1620 mm
wheel base: 2230 mm
ground clearance: 180 mm
kerb weight: 600 kg
fuel tank capacity: 15 litres
fuel cut-off @ 5600 rpm in every gear or at 105 kmph
fuel consumption: 23.6 kmpl
battery: semi sealed under the driver's seat
boot capacity: 80 litres
500 litres with seats folded
Nano base:(available in BS-2 and BS-3 varients)
seat belts: front ELR, rear static
fixed tail gate. engine opening through rear bumper
egg shaped design
rear mounted high mounted stop light
centrally placed exhaust
ONLY DRIVER'S seat adjust-sliding and reclining
fixed co driver seat
REAR FOLDING SEAT
2 spoke steering wheel
grey bumpers and interiors
driver side OSRVM
Nano CX:(available in BS-2 and BS-3 varients)
adds to nano base:
HVAC (air conditioner with heater)
tinted glasses all round
DRIVER AND CO DRIVER SEAT SLIDING AND RECLINING
2 tone grey interiors and seats
metallic paint optional
Nano LX (available in BS-3 varient only)
adds to Nano CX:
front power windows
front and rear fog lamps
3 spoke steering wheel
moulded door trim with fabric
TRIPMETER AND ODOMETER
floor console with glass holder
anti glare inside rear view mirror (prismatic day/ night)
sunvisors on both sides
18 months or 24,000 km whichever is earlier
1st free: 1000 km or 1 month whichever is earlier
2nd free: 5000 km or 6 months whichever is earlier
3rd free: 10000 km or 1 year whichever is earlier
subsequent service every 10,000 kms
nano base:bright red, ivory white, summer blue
nano CX: bright red, ivory white, summer blue, champagne gold, lunar silver
nano LX:champagne gold, lunar silver, sunshine yellow
merchandise available at dealers:
booking starts: 2nd week of april, forms available 7 days before the booking date is announced and forms will be available only for 14 days.
DEALERS ARE EXPECTING ABOUT 10 LAKH BOOKINGS
Booking forms will be available at:
online booking also available
expected: 90% booking from dealers
Only one form per customer (in his name) will be accepted.
No more than one form in the same customer's name will be accepted.
NO ECS REFUND.
booking amount: 70-80% of the car's ex-showroom cost.
after booking closes, allotment will be done on the basis of random number lottery where the lucky customer's name will be declared along with the name of the dealer from where he/ she can take delivery of the car along with date and time of delivery will also be specified.
(note: booking dates may change as it will be announced at the time of launch. there is no typing error and whatever facts and figures typed are 100% correct)
all the best to the nano bookers!
Last edited by sidindica : 13th March 2009 at 16:50.
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|13th March 2009, 17:13||#5|
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Sorry to sound stupid but what is a Takiya? (Clearly you are not referring to a pillow or Ayesha)
|13th March 2009, 17:14||#6|
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as always,sidindica comes out of the car underworld with fabulous news!!
good goin there.
all looks well except for the rear tyre puncture nightmare!!
the 3 models look apt and tata has taken care of safety to a nice measure!!
|13th March 2009, 17:15||#7|
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Is there any chance that a more powerfull version will come out in the future, the current engine specifications looks very underpowered.
|13th March 2009, 17:18||#9|
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give me a crdi!!!
Its a shame that tata cannot launch a diesel variant, given the fact that they are essentially a diesel vehicle company!
PS: another advantage- drifting now even more available for the masses
Last edited by greenhorn : 13th March 2009 at 17:19.
|13th March 2009, 17:19||#11|
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Good find sidindica.The things which caught my attention:
|13th March 2009, 17:20||#12|
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This is a real scoop...Kudos..
Still no passenger side OSRVM... Seems like Tata thinks it is going to be driven only on single laned roads.... Shame.
Sad that we are not getting any version with Airbags. It seems europeans are lucky...
|13th March 2009, 17:26||#13|
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Awesome scoop, as always! This one looks like you will have a few millions of them on road. I am sure the bookings will far exceed Tata's expectations. This is the most awaited car in India, and the delay has definitely added more to the expectations.
|13th March 2009, 17:28||#14|
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Nice scoop there Sid.
I am a little confused here:
|13th March 2009, 17:29||#15|
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Certainly not Ayesha Takia
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