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Honestly, for what it is, its not bad. I'm sure the materials are horribly cheap, but its a $2500 car. They did a smart thing with the dash, its symmetrical, they can easily make it LHD or RHD. Its not worse than Chrysler's CCV concept from the late 90's, which didn't even have a fuel gauge, just three LEDs, all three lit meant a full tank, 2/3 lit meant half a tank, 1 lit meant empty. Brilliant in its simplicity, I guess.

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"What surprised most Tata executives was how the Nano appealed to women. 80% of Nano buyers were women, all of which claimed that the detachable shifter was their favorite feature..."

Ten bucks that we will be reading this quote in 3 months...

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See,w hat has also made me curious is why on earth would you pay for this just because it's new when you could pay the same and get a perfectly good and far superior used car for the same or even less money. I paid $2,100 for mine after all, and I got for my car for my money, that's far safer, more powerful, nicer inside and out, and much more features. This question also applies to who would buy a Chinese $h!box new whenever they make it to US soil.

Of course in India it's different, but I'm just saying why would anyone in a developed country like in Europe or America where they've sold good cars for years buy one?

I guess some people just gotta have `em new...even if the break after 3 days of ownership and fall apart after a month.

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^*cough* Kia *cough*

I'm part of your school of thought, however every Kia owner I know is very happy. For college students, being able to buy a car with some premium features for much much less is a really good option...

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