The car will be on sale across Nepal through the company's authorised distributor Sipradi Trading and those authorised by it, a company statement said.
Launching the world's cheapest car here today, Tata Motors international business head for passenger vehicles Johnny Oommen said, "we are confident that with its comfort, performance and manoeuvrability, the Nano will win hearts of the discerning customers of Nepal."
The introductory price of the Nano in Nepal is NPR 7.98 lakh. In the first phase, bookings will be open for 10 days, starting today. All the three variants of the car will be available for booking at all the 14 Sipradi owned/authorised dealers.
Tata Motors has been associated with Nepal for 36 years. The company's portfolio of passenger vehicles here comprises the Indica Xeta, the Indica V2, the Indica Vista, the Indigo CS, the Manza, the Sumo, the Grande, the Safari and the Aria. Tata Motors is the third largest passenger vehicle marketer in Nepal.