Tata Nano begins export, first destination is Srilanka

Tata Nano began its first export sales on Sunday by entering the Sri Lankan market.The cheapest no-frills Nano costs 925,000 rupees ($8,486) in Sri Lanka, compared to about $3,000 for a basic model in India. The price in Sri Lanka was due to high import duties and local sales taxes.

“We have started accepting bookings from today for the first 500 cars imported to Sri Lanka,” an official of Dimo, the Colombo agent for Tata, said Sunday.

“We have already formulated plans for its introduction in several countries, to be implemented over the next few years,” P.M. Telang, Tata’s managing director, said in a statement.

2 comments for “Tata Nano begins export, first destination is Srilanka

  1. Hardik
    May 30, 2011 at 10:40 am

    Good news. The car is picking up and is capturing world market, also heard that it is very shortly going to come out with selling Europa Version.

    It should also start dispatching to other African Countries where it has potential markets.

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  2. Rakshit
    June 14, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    Already everyone around the world wants nano to launch in their countries.There are queries from many of them. Check this: http://goo.gl/kQ5CJ

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