Tata Nano GenX Launched For Rs 1.99 Lakh Ex-Showroom Delhi

Here, Tata Motors launched what everyone was waiting for, the Nano GenX. The new face, AMT transmission and other important changes makes it to stand distinctly against the predecessor. Working out the amendments carried onto this brand new car, it is the new front fascia of the grinning face with fog lamps infused in the corners. The headlamps are now done away with the smoke effect; slightly blackish eyes do make a significant identity. Now, the hatch is openable, which wasn’t accessibly that way before. For the AMT trims it frees up 94-litres of space, where for the manual it goes down well with 110=litres of boot space.

Five trims are rolled across the sales floor, where the power is sent by the same engine of 624cc two-cylinder, with outputs measuring at 38bhp and 51Nm of torque, channeled through a four-speed manual transmission. Meanwhile, the five-speed AMT do take on the charge for newer trims. In addition the fuel-tank is also enhanced to 24-litre from 15 enabling it to clock 450kms at a stretch.

Moved inside the cabin, there are also smart features that makes up to the list, like new steering wheel lifted from the Zest, front power windows, 4-speaker amphistream music system and many more.

Tata Nano GenX Launched For Rs 1.99 Lakh Ex-Showroom Delhi

Hence, with the fresh set of goodies on board, Tata Motors has slapped the Nano GenX with an image of a smart city car rather than calling it the cheapest car, unlike past.

  • Mentioned below is the price list of Nano GenX with regards to their respective variants:

  • Tata Motors Nano GenX XE – Rs. 1.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
  • Tata Motors Nano GenX XM – Rs. 2.29 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
  • Tata Motors Nano GenX XT – Rs 2.49 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
  • Tata Motors Nano GenX Easy Shift XMA (AMT) – Rs. 2.69 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
  • Tata Motors Nano GenX Easy Shift XTA (AMT) – Rs. 2.89 lakh ex-showroom Delhi

Tata Nano GenX India Launch On May 19, 2015

Tata’s next move is once again for the youths. Nano with electronic steering was its last offering, which to entice more urbanites the Indian carmaker has deployed AMT gearbox and openable boot. Called as Nano GenX, this new small car of Tata Motors is not only a statement for the industry as ‘world’s cheapest’, but factually it grown into a trendy statement – all thanks to the marketing strategy.

Stated to launch the Nano GenX on May 19, 2015, the new car also holds redesigned front and rear bumper, a bigger fuel-tank and steering drawn on the inspirations of Bolt and Zest. The maker has approved smoked headlamps and alloy wheels. One can also find the rear speakers and Bluetooth for the music system inside the cabin.

Interested buyers can book their Nano GenX for a booking amount as low as Rs 5,000. Four trims said to go on sale XE, XM, XT and XTA (AMT), where the top-end is the only model boasted with AMT. Particularly, there is also a specific distinction between manually transmitted and AMT models. The buyers of latter can derive only 94 litres of boot space, where the manual-operated cabin frees up 110 litres for the boot.

Tata Nano GenX India Launch On May 19, 2015

No amendments reported in the engine. It continues to don the same 625cc petrol engine of 37.5bhp.

Thus, once again Tata Motors seems on the spree of achieving the world’s cheapest title of automatic car category with the Nano GenX.

New Car Launches For India In May 2015

The intense heat of summer may have taken its toll on many of us, but automotive industry did not seem shaken by its stir. Reportedly, there are several launches lined up for the month of May which will leave buyers with number of options for the proceeding monsoon. Follow us to know more about them.

  • Tata Nano GenX

Tata Motors has taken the wraps off its new Nano called ‘GenX’. The same that was displayed at Delhi Auto Expo 2014 where this world’s cheapest car was hold back with a 5-speed AMT gearbox and an openable boot. The same will now hit sales floor with its redesigned front and rear bumper and other bits. Thus, with this new deployment in the drivetrain we expect the compact Tata to launch with a price tag of Rs 2.7 lakh as the universe’s cheapest automatic car.

Tata Nano GenX

  • Volvo V40 Hatchback

The crossover did well, now it is time to unwrap the standard (hatchback) version of the same which will get hit as V40. After the introduction, this Volvo machine will take on BMW 1-Series and Mercedes-Benz A-Class. However, the change is not restricted only to outer shell. Buyers from India will also find Drive-E 1,984cc engine that will make 152PS of peak power and 320Nm of torque after mated to a six-speed gearbox. Two variants will turn out across the sales floor, where top-end will host numerous bells and whistles, and the one down the line will miss out most of them to keep the cost in check for a starting price of Rs 25 lakh (expected).

Volvo V40 Hatchback

  • Volvo XC90

Referring to the rising demand of large size SUVs Volvo decided to bring down new XC90 ahead of the schedule. A source from industry earlier reported, this utility vehicle of Sweden will make its appearance by end of the year, but decision for launch is preponed now. Two trims will go on offer, Momentum and the Inscription. Both stand distinctly with regards to their varied headlamps. Panoramic sunroof, keyless entry, electrically operational boot, rear parking camera, navigation, 9-inch infotainment screen are some features found on the standard list. Top-of-line, Inscription, will see a new long list. A D5 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine good for 228PS max power and 470Nm peak torque shall make to this country with an 8-speed auto transmission. The new XC90 soon after the launch is believed to take on Mercedes-Benz GL-Class and Audi Q7, where both of them are dominant in the market for their size and sheer driving pleasure. It is expected to see the price somewhere between Rs 65-70 lakh for gaining entry in the showrooms.

Volvo XC90

  • Fiat Abarth 500

A thick line is stretched between the luxury and performance. Getting both of them at the same time will excite everyone. Playing smart this time, Fiat will launch Abarth 500 in India for the expected price of 25 lakh. Pretty small in size than that of Mercedes A-Class and BMW 1-Series, as only these two hatchbacks fill the line in premium segment, a performance-packed 500 from Abarth will set the pulse racing from 137PS max power off a 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The same machine also gives buyers an option of 163PS for those who thinks the earlier wasn’t a match of their taste.

Fiat Abarth 500

Hence, those aforesaid launches are sure-footed for the buyers to get more than expected, after all the competition will just rise like soaring temperature.