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Bookings for the Nano GenX AMT are now open.

Bookings for the Nano GenX AMT are now open.

Snapshot: It seems like finally Tata has got the Nano right!

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The new Nano – GenX Nano can now be booked at your nearest Tata motors dealer at Rs. 5,000. The styling of the GenX Nano is inspired from Nano F-Tronic and Nano Active concepts which were showcased last year at the Auto Expo. The new front bumper incorporates an airdam that looks like a smiley and there are circular foglights at the end. The headlight clusters have been modified too and there is black element that makes it look sporty and fresh.

On the rear, you would notice new bumper, a functional bootlid (In the old Nano, the bootlid did not open and the access could be gained only by folding the rear seat) and a redesigned windscreen. The fuel tank capacity of the car has been increased to 24 litres from 15 litres.

Another big feature that would made its way into the car is the Easy-Shift transmission system which is essentially an automated manual gearbox. The automatic version of the Nano promises to deliver an impressive mileage of 21.9kmpl. 

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