Manufacturers of the world’s cheapest car from India, Tata Motors, it seems increasingly expanding its model with plans to bring Tata Nano diesel.
From the news circulated, small car with diesel fuel will be released in early August or September this year.
The diesel engine will have a capacity for 600-700 cc, such as petrol versions and will be sold at higher prices a little above the current variant.
Because it has a small engine capacity of the size of a car, the Tata Nano diesel will only use 2-cylinder only. However, to remain powerful, tool hire Tata turbocharger and common rail systems.
But the turbo is not just any make, since Tata has partnered with Honeywell to develop a turbo that has a small size.
In addition, Tata is also working with Bosch to manufacture Common rail directs injection system (CRDi).
With it all, Tata Nano diesel output is expected to be about 20-30 percent better than the current version of the gasoline engine.
From a reliable source said that Tata Nano diesel would be sold at around USD 4,000 to USD 4.900, making it the cheapest diesel car in the Indian market.
Demand for diesel engines are currently quite high in India, even the Honda reportedly is developing a small diesel engine that will be introduced in the Indian market.
Tata Nano Diesel Available in November 2011
Title: Tata Nano Diesel Available in November 2011Cat: Cars, Headlines, News
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