The world’s cheapest car, fondly called as ‘people’s car’ is again in news for wrong reasons. There is a report that a brand new Tata Nano car caught fire recently. It is not the first incident, three incidents of Tata Nano catching fire were reported from across the country earlier. However, nobody got injured in any of these accidents.
In the recent incident, Satish Sawant, an insurance broker collected his brand new Nano from a showroom in Mumbai. He was heading to his house when a person on a two-wheeler overtook and informed him that his car caught fire.
Sawant watched his shiny Nano car burn into black flames just 45 minutes after purchasing it. It has been reported that he spent two lakh forty thousand on this silver Nano, which was equipped with a power steering and an air conditioner. According to some news sources, Mr. Sawant was offered a full refund or a replacement vehicle.
Officials of the Tata Motors said they would investigate the case but did not assure any widespread recall.
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