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Tata Nano GenX

Overall rating: 3.5 116 reviews |  Write a Review
 2.36 – 3.35 Lakh*

*Ex-Showroom Price in New Delhi


Tata Nano GenX Key Features

Automatic Transmission Tata Nano GenX

Automatic Transmission

GenX Nano, offers the convenience of driving an automatic with the remarkable fuel-efficiency of a manual car.

GENX Comfort Tata Nano GenX

GENX Comfort

Thoughtfully crafted interiors and a spacious cabin, make for a comfortable and joyful drive.

Remote Keyless Entry Tata Nano GenX

Remote Keyless Entry

No need to unlock doors manually. Just press the remote and open the door.

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  • Functional boot
  • Cheap automatic
  • Easy to drive


  • Quality needs to be improved
  • Engine not as refined as the competitors
  • Design may not suit everyone

Tata Nano GenX Prices in India

Tata Nano GenX price in India starts at Rs. 2.36 lakh for petrol variant XE and goes up to Rs. 3.35 lakh for XTA.

Tata Motors’ zeal to up Nano in the eye of customers is evident with the number of tweaks it has received ever since its debut in India back in 2009. With each update the hatchback has matured in te . . .  Read more»

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Tata Nano GenX Specifications

Tata Nano GenX mileage varies from 21.9 kmpl for Automatic Petrol variant XTA to 23.6 kmpl for Manual Petrol variant XM. Check out the claimed ARAI mileage for different Tata Nano GenX variants:

Variant name Mileage
Fuel Economy claimed by the manufacturer, generally quoted in KMPL (Kilometres Per Litre) format.
Common term 'Gear System', essentially a mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the drive shaft.
It is the maximum capacity of an engine by volume. Usually quoted in 'CC' or 'Cubic Capacity' (1000cc = 1 Litre).
Features/equipment in an automobile that ensure safety of passengers as well as pedestrians.
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XT 23.6 kmplManual624 ccChild Safety Locks 2.93 Lakh *
XE 23.6 kmplManual624 ccChild Safety Locks 2.36 Lakh *
eMax XM 36 km/kgManual624 ccChild Safety Locks 2.97 Lakh *
XTA 21.9 kmplAutomatic624 ccChild Safety Locks 3.35 Lakh *
XM 23.6 kmplManual624 ccChild Safety Locks 2.72 Lakh *
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XMA 21.9 kmplAutomatic624 ccChild Safety Locks 3.15 Lakh *
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Tata Nano GenX Reviews (116)

Excellent car.. i am using this car since 7years.i used go long journeys in thid a time i went 915 km same day .i used to go with 100km is very good car in my i purchaged twist xt 2018 model it completed 7000km.this

Overall rating: 5 Reviewed By: Svm rao on 24 January 2020
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Overall rating: 4 Reviewed By: JAI on 29 September 2018
Use on one handed so it will be good.  Read More »

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Tata Nano GenX Overview

Tata Motors’ zeal to up Nano in the eye of customers is evident with the number of tweaks it has received ever since its debut in India back in 2009. With each update the hatchback has matured in terms of utility, features and styling. But despite those revisions, we still await a major upgrade that will squeeze the gap between Nano and its rivals. However, for the budget car buyers Tata Nano is still a viable option that propels them into the four wheel league from an owner of a two-wheeler. With some fresh updates the 2015 version of Nano continues the tradition of getting a new name and is dubbed Tata Nano GenX. Tata Nano GenX range comprises of five variants comprising of three manual trims and two AMT trims. All five variants run on the same 624 cc, two cylinder petrol engine that powered the previous model. Additions made to the hatchback fall in line with the vehicle’s new nomenclature, the openable hatch and option of what Tata has termed as easy shift (automated manual transmission) are among the major updates given to Nano.
Tata Nano GenX Overview
Other cosmetic revisions have been made on the outside along with a little of modifications inside the cabin, while mechanically there are no significant changes. Looking closely at the Tata Nano pictures given below, styling changes made to the hatchback are clearly visible. The car looks changed from the outside, the revamps made look delightful. Though the basic silhouette remains intact but front apron flaunts most of the tweaks. Head lights now showcase black surrounds accentuating the appearance from front end. A more prominent grille, if that is what you will call it, is placed in between the head lamps. Or rather should we say a black band has been placed between both the head lights, highlighted by a chrome strip. Tata logo has slipped down and sits carefully in the centre of the black band. Bumpers too have been renewed; the front bumper now features a relatively bigger grille afflated by the Tata Motors’ ‘Humanity Line’ curve visible on the hood of its new cars, Zest and Bolt. Fog lights are equipped on the new grille in the front; rear also features a similar grille, and then comes the most prominent tweak made to the hatchback, the openable hatch. This in turn has pushed the vehicle’s utility quotient many folds. Manual version of the hatchback offers 110 litres of boot space while the AMT variants offer 94 litres of storage space. Cabin largely remains the same, except for a few additions like the new upholstered seats and black painted centre console. The new steering is reminiscent of the one seen in the Zest and Bolt. Buttons for gear lever and window switches have now been placed on the pedestal that makes more sense. From the entertainment section, the range topping variants feature fitments like AmphiStream music system with radio, CD, MP3, AUX-In, Bluetooth for phone calls and music streaming, four speakers for surround sound and rear parcel shelf with integrated speakers. All these changes have resulted in slight bump in the Tata Nano price, however at the same time Tata Nano price in India still remains under the affordable range.

Tata Nano GenX Exterior

Its petite size has been the talk of the town since its inception; no changes have been made on that front. Dimensions remain intact, the hatchback measures 3164 mm long, 1750 mm wide (with ORVM), 1652 mm high and has a short wheelbase of 2230 mm. As mentioned above, there is no change in the fundamental design of the hatchback but some styling changes have been made to enhance the outer appearance. Most of the changes have been made to the front fascia which now features a black band in between the head lights highlighted by a chrome strip. Tata Motors logo has been repositioned to the centre of the black band.
Tata Nano GenX Exterior
Head lights now feature black surrounds, making it look prominently endearing. Bumpers have also been tweaked in front as well as rear, a newly designed grille is placed on the bumpers in front and rear. The grille in the front end gets fog lights aiding for enhanced visibility at night and during bad weather conditions. Among the various changes bestowed on the exteriors, the most appreciative change is an openable hatch providing access to the before unlike before. Except for the base XE trim, the rest of the variants get body coloured bumpers. Body painted outside door handles are available only on the range topping trims. Hood features piano black garnish, outside rear view mirrors are painted in black in the XE trim, while the mid level XM and XMA trims feature colour coordinated tip tap ORVMs. Only the top end XT and XTA trims get body colour matching outside rear view mirrors. Half wheel colours are absent in XE variant but it is offered on the XM and XMA trims, top end variants on the other hand feature full wheel covers. Tinted door glass hatch and integrated spoiler are among the standard fitments equipped on the hatchback. While roof mounted antenna and front fog lamps are again confined to the high end variants.

Tata Nano GenX Interior

No conspicuous change has been made to the interiors of Tata Nano GenX, except for sportier upholstery. The XE, XM and XMA variants get black and silver ‘Matrixed Nano’ with denim bolster fabrics upholstery and matrixed Nano fabrics with ebony door trims. XT and XTA feature brown ‘Infinium’ fabrics with embroidered ‘Nano’ letters and infinium fabrics encased in Latte door trims. Standard provisions provided in the cabin include dual gove boxes, three spoke Tata signature steering wheel, colour accented speaker bezel, driver information display, distance to empty, fuel gauge, LED display digital clock, low fuel warning indicator, cabin lamp, front seat head rest, driver side sunvisor, driver seat with slider, passenger side seat with slider, front and rear assist grips and rear seat folding.
Tata Nano GenX Interior
Passenger side sunvisor without vanity mirrors is also available on the base and mid level trims. Dual average fuel economy and dual economic trip meter are available exclusively in the AMT variants. The rest of the trims get single average fuel economy and electronic trip meter. Electric power assisted steering is absent in the base variant, but it is fitted in rest of the line-up. Gear shift indicator and instantaneous fuel consumption features are again provided on the AMT trims only. Base XE gets blower only while the remaining four trims feature air conditioner. Provisions for 12V power socket for mobile charge is given in the XE, XM and XMA variants. The XT and XTA variants come with the 12V power socket. Cup holders are affixed in the manual variants only missing out on the AMT trims. Features exquisitely present in the range topping XT and XTA variant include remote keyless entry, heater, front power windows, passenger side sunvisor with vanity mirrors and magazine and coin holders on all doors. For occupants’ entertainment Tata Motors has inset a number of features in the XT and XTA trims such as an AmphiStream music system with radio, CD, MP3, AUX-In, Bluetooth for phone calls and music streaming and four speakers four surround sound. Tata Nano GenX Vs Maruti Alto 800-compared to the one of the leading cars in the budget segment, Nano lacks various features on the inside. On every parameter, except for the price Nano lags behind. However the presence of AMT tranny in Nano GenX brings it up among competition, this indeed is the lowest priced automatic car in Indian market. Tata Nano GenX Interior

Tata Nano GenX Engine & Transmission

For generating power, Tata Motors has housed the same low displacement 624cc petrol engine in the Nano GenX model that served in the outgoing version. The petrol motor is good for maximum power of 38 PS at 5500 +/- 250 RPM along with peak torque of 51 Nm at 4000 +/- RPM. Tata Nano GenX transmission options include a four speed manual tranny and a five speed automated manual transmission. The automated manual transmission comes with an option of sports mode and also gets creep feature.
Tata Nano GenX Engine & Transmission

Tata Nano GenX Mileage

Tata Nano GenX manual variant is capable of returning ARAI rated fuel efficiency of 25.3 kms in a litre which is considerably more than the 21.9 kmpl offered by the automated manual transmission version.
Performance & Handling: Tata Nano top speed is around 105 kmph, which is not very impressive as compared to the rivals. Handling is much better in the manual variant, the AMT gearbox is not as effortless to driver as the manual tranny, however things get better when you switch to the sports mode. Tata Nano GenX Mileage

Tata Nano GenX Braking and Safety

Braking system comprises of drum brake in front and rear giving a skip to the pivotal braking equipments such as anti-lock-braking system, electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist. For the safety and security of the occupants the car maker has equipped only a handful of secondary safety features like central locking which is present in the XT and XTA trims only, other than this the hatchback gets central high mount stop lamp, booster assisted brakes, front and rear seat belts, additional body reinforcements, impact cushioning crumple zones, side intrusion beams and hazard warning switch.
Tata Nano GenX Braking and Safety

Tata Nano GenX Performance and Handling

The Nano has just about enough power to make it a fun little car to drive in the city. The motor is peppy and keeps the driver busy. The car is comfortable at triple digit speeds on the highway too, however we expect the average buyer to use it mostly for city driving.
The suspension does a decent job of insulating the cabin from pot-holes and undulations without making the car feel uneasy. The Nano remains calm and composed over rough surfaces and provides for a comfortable ride on most. The NVH levels are well controlled too, however at low revs the car does vibrate a bit corresponding to its natural frequency. Put the car ina higher gear or maintain high revs and NVH reduces a lot. The steering is slightly less heavy than before which was very much required. Tata Nano GenX Performance and Handling
The Nano is a good handling car. It's short wheel base means that the car is very chuck-able around corners and is a lot of fun too. Even though it misses out on anti-roll bars but surprisingly the car is still very calm and composed while taking turns. It somehow reminded us of the first Maruti Suzuki 800 with its rabbit like eagerness to change directions. The rear drive-rear engine set up frees up the front wheels off weight and reduces responsibility of powering and steering the car at the same time. Not to mention that this gives you enough material to compare the Nano to a porsche on (mechanical grounds) amongst your mates too! The Nano emax on the other hand is equipped with a sequential CNG kit that has been calibrated to its ECU. The driver can shift fuel modes on the fly with the help of a switch. The performance is slightly decreased compensating for the CNG however by not much.

What do we think about Tata Nano GenX?

The Tata Nano is an engineering marvel, a feat recognized by the greatest of the great in the international automotive community. The car is comfortable, spacious, fuel efficient and cheap and there isn't much left to be desired. With Steve Cropley of Autocar UK raising applauds and Jay Leno calling it one of the timeless classics to be, the Nano has made a name for Indian engineering and how. We whole heartedly recommend this piece of 21st century Indian heritage and with much pride too!
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Tata Nano GenX Competitors

The Nano really doesn't have any competitors since it is the only A-segment car there is. But if you still persist, you may compare it to the Maruti Suzuki Alto-800 or the Hyundai Eon, which are in fact in a different price segment altogether. But to be frank, this car is incomparable. It is genuinely that good.

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