The company would enable the booking of all the variants of the car. Commenting upon the development, Tata Motors Head International Business (Passenger Vehicles) Johnny Oommen, said, “We are delighted to introduce the Tata Nano in Nepal. We are confident that with its comfort, performance and manoeuvrability, the Tata Nano is the ideal small car for discerning customers of Nepal and will win their hearts."
For 36 years, Tata Motors has been associated with Nepal. So much so that the auto brand constitutes to be the largest passenger vehicle in the country. The company's portfolio of passenger vehicles in the country comprises the Indica Xeta, Indica V2, Indica Vista, Indigo CS, Manza, Sumo, Grande, Safari and Aria.