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Khattar lauds Tata Nano

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | January 10, 2008 14:55 IST

Jagdish Khattar, former chairman and managing director of Maruti Udyog [Get Quote] has complimented Ratan Tata for keeping his promise of gifting India with the world's cheapest car. Tatas, on Thursday, launched the Nano, also known at 'people's car' for Rs 100,000.

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Talking to private television networks Khattar said the car's performance on Indian roads would eventually tell the truth about the claims that are being made by the manufacturer.

" It is a good car but we need to test it," he said. When asked how an air conditioned car could have so low a price tag, Khattar said, "Only the Tata's can explain how they managed to achieve it."







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