Tata Nano Twist launched at INR 2.36 lakhs

Posted on: Jan 13, 2014 - 12:21pm IST

Tata Motors have launched the Nano Twist seconds ago in Mumbai. The Nano Twist, as we’re sure our regular readers are aware, is the power steering variant of the Nano.

Apart from the power steering unit, the Nano Twist also gets a new body color called ‘Damson Purple’. The same color was shown on the Nano Concept at the 2012 Auto Expo.

Tata Nano Twist launched live image
The Tata Nano Twist is the power-steering version of the Nano.

The power steering unit for this Nano is developed by Germany’s ZF Friedrichshafen. This electric power steering system (EPS) uses a brushless motor and features the same steering ratio as the non-power steering version of the Nano.

Inside, the Twist gets a brand new instrument console with a new font style for the speedometer. The fuel and temperature gauges on the other hand are LED units, and are placed on either side of the speedo.

The Nano Twist is available in a single top-end trim only.

Tata Nano Twist Price

  1. Tata Nano Twist XT – INR 2.36 lakhs

[Note that prices are ex-Showroom, New Delhi.]

The Nano Twist promises to be an easy city runabout, especially for women drivers and elderly people. Stay tuned to Indian Autos Blog for a detailed image gallery of the Nano Twist.

[Note: Accessories seen in the below images such as seat covers, pillows, spoiler, wraps and stickers are not part of the standard equipment. These are dealer-level accessories.]

Tata Nano Twist Image Gallery

Tata Nano Twist – Press Release

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15 thoughts on “Tata Nano Twist launched at INR 2.36 lakhs

  1. Milo Cruise says:

    Looks cool….. good features

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  2. sayan says:

    M feeling very happy seeing dis 1st time so many people comming 4rwd an supporting not only NANO but also TATA MOTORS .
    We must support TATA MOTORS to get something BETTER or BEST from them, only CRITICISM wont Do .
    Now Maruti is not fully INDIAN company any more.
    Its SUZUKI n they sell CRAP in INDIA for HUNGRY INDIANS who LIKES and LOVE anything VIDESHI.

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  3. Dr. Nayak says:

    Indians are looking for “Fooren” brands and this is a classic example of people buying Maruti 800 “unsafe at any speed car” over well designed Nano at lower price!!

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  4. GB says:

    Nice to see support for the nano! I’m a big fan of the nano too. but for some reason when it comes to buying one, I shy away. I’m sure some of u know what I’m talking about 😉

    When is the nano with the 3-pot mill coming? thx.

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  5. arun says:

    Again the stupid indian mentality…..why not alto…for one alto is crap I am 5’10 cant get comfortable with all travel in the front seat exhausted ,second just google alto Lncap crash test and then google Tata nano crash test …see both videos ….if still you think alto is good man no offence this nation has a liking for crap..time to change bro

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  6. Div says:

    but thats the cheapest power steering car in india….
    point to be noted.

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  7. Harsha B says:

    Will amount to almost 3 L On-Road in Bangalore….

    This looks bit pricy..

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  8. Ajay says:

    If I have to pay Rs.2.36 lakhs for Nano then why I will not opt for Alto 800.What is in Nano that Alto can not provide. Tata seems to be going in wrong direction.

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    1. sandy says:

      Its got AC, heater, power steering, front n rear head rest, front power windows, 2 body colored ORVM, body colored bumpers, front n rear fog lamps, distance to empty reminder, average fuel consumption reminder, low level fuel warning, 1 din music player, integrated music system, AM/FM, CD n MP3 player, bluetooth for phone, USB n AUX and 4 speakers as compared to its similar priced Alto800 std and M800 BS3 AC. Its AC cooling is more efficient and so is the mileage.
      It also gives 4 year or 60000 km manufacturing warranty w.r.t Maruti’s 2 years or 40000kms warranty.

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    2. Dmitry says:

      What Nano can provide over Alto 800 is SPACE. Have you ever sat in Nano, especially in the rear seat? It is very roomy for a car of this size

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    3. sweta says:

      please test drive and expereicen both cars before shooting in the dark.

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    4. Ramesh says:

      You do realise that the base Alto 800 starts at 2.46 lacs Ex showroom Delhi and the similarly specced (to the Nano twist) Alto 800 costs Rs 3.37 lacs ex showroom Delhi. When we compare we should be comparing same specs.

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    5. rao says:

      tata nano survived crash test but maruthi suzuki alto 800 did survive the crash test if you have doubt google

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    6. Dr. Nayak says:

      Hi Dude, I paid more than this for a navigation system in my car! What do you expect (free hand out from government)?

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