INDIA: Nano buyers go for high end models
Despite developing the Nano as the world's cheapest car, Tata Motors said only 20% of the initial 203,000 orders for the car are for the no-frills US$2,600 model while half of buyers have opted for the top-end model, which costs $3,600.
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