Top Indian car maker Maruti Suzuki, has no plans to enter the Nano segment, even though it expects the world’s cheapest car to have a marginal impact on sales of its 800cc small car which is based on an early 1980s Alto model.


“It may have a marginal impact on the 800cc sales,” chairman RC Bhargava told the Economic Times of India on Thursday, adding the company was not planning to reduce prices.


The Nano was launched by rival Tata Motors earlier this week at around US$2,000 pretax and delivery.


“It may have a marginal impact on the 800cc sales,” Chairman RC Bhargava told the Economic Times of India on Thursday, adding the company was not planning to reduce prices.


The Nano was launched by rival Tata Motors earlier this week at around US$2,000 pretax and delivery.


“It may have a marginal impact on the 800cc sales,” Chairman RC Bhargava told the Economic Times of India on Thursday, adding the company was not planning to reduce prices.


The Nano was launched by rival Tata Motors earlier this week at around US$2,000 pretax and delivery.