Tata Nano was a car developed by Tata Motors in 2008 to attract the middle class of India. The initial price of the car was $1500 which has now increased. Currently, its price is INR 2.69lacs or Rs 440,000. Tata Nano is the cheapest car in India.
Suzuki Mehran is the car manufactured by Pak Suzuki Motors to attract the middle-class society of Pakistan. The price of the car currently ranges between 7 to 8 Lacs. Suzuki Mehran is the cheapest car in Pakistan.
The features of Tata Nano include Easy Shift (Automated Manual Transmission), an Electric Power Assisted Steering, AmphiStream Music System along with BlueTooth connectivity. The design of the car is stylish and innovative with aggressive headlights, large circular fog lamps, and an integrated tailgate spoiler.
The features of Suzuki Mehran include a manual steering, MacPherson strut suspension front, leaf springs suspension rear and front disc and rear drum brakes.
Tata Nano has an extraordinary fuel efficiency especially for a manual. It offers sports mode along with mileage of 21.9 km/. Inside the car is spacious, it has front power windows and keyless remote central locking. The new GenX Nano will be offered in 5 variants i.e. the XTA & XMA with Easy Shift (AMT) and 3 variants i.e. XE, XM, XT. The XTA/XT is available in 7 trendy colors whereas the XMA/XM comes in 5 colors and the XE in 2 colors.
Suzuki Mehran is manufactured with OHC engine, with a fuel tank capacity of 30 liters. Inside the car has seating capacity for 5 individuals. The weight of the car is 1330 kg, fuel type is both petrol and CNG. Also, you have a choice of five colors for Suzuki Mehran.
If we summarize the features and prices of both the cars, Tata Nano wins by a fair margin. The price of the car is more affordable, it has better features, fuel efficiency and more variety in colors.
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