• kirti Posted: 7/8/2010 11:00pm PDT

    i am a student and i like the nano very much, it looks attract me at the first sight and it was quite cheap also so i was thinking to buy it but now i fear to do so. while making the world's cheapest car one should take care of its safety also in vehicles safety is the top priority.

  • frugalsun Posted: 5/10/2010 1:14pm PDT

    @planetautomatic, read the articles above. Very Interesting.
    Ford has the largest recall in history with numerous deaths and injusries and this article tries to pin a fledgling TATA NANO which is just having teething problems that have been rectfied.
    I smell a competitor bashing Toyota and the NANO.

  • Flaming Tata Posted: 3/30/2010 5:28pm PDT

    I saw this no Digg a couple of days ago and I still can't get over that title. I just keep seeing flaming tatas everywhere...

  • gilcanales Posted: 3/26/2010 11:09am PDT

    Sorry Toyota but Tata still has you beat. You see, the driver can actually STOP the Nano when the fire starts!!

  • steve85 Posted: 3/25/2010 2:25pm PDT

    I love how this Toyota thing is such an issue. Media bias for American autos is ridiculous. Bet you didn't hear about Ford's issues in 2000. Check out http://www.weltbranding.com/blog/ for details. Come on guys, it was simply an accident. Tata has worse problems than Toyota.

  • Kunal Posted: 3/24/2010 6:09pm PDT

    It's surprising Tata Nano is having safety problems. Tata is a well known auto producer, i guess the need to reduce the cost is driving down safety regulations.

  • admin Posted: 3/24/2010 3:51pm PDT

    when we stop using shitty chinese products i cant wait for all american car company

  • Alex Posted: 3/24/2010 3:48pm PDT

    Toyota's not the worlds largest car maker. Volkswagen is.

  • Eric Berlin Posted: 3/24/2010 3:34pm PDT

    I know this is a serious topic but... "flaming tatas" is awesome.

  • Edward Posted: 3/24/2010 1:35pm PDT

    The car that's pictured looks so uniformly on fire, and I find it hard to believe. Wonder if someone just dowsed it in gasoline for effect.

  • Retro Retracts Posted: 3/24/2010 1:30pm PDT

    Ummmmm, is it really a surprise that a car designed for a third-world market has this happen to it?

  • Java Junkie Posted: 3/24/2010 1:02pm PDT

    What is really disturbing is the dishonesty among the public-especially where Toyota is concerned.

  • Steve Posted: 3/24/2010 11:05am PDT

    No. My 2001 Ford F-150 Cruise Control Recall was fixed. It did'nt prevent my truck from catching fire. Texas Instruments says there's a lot more going on. Dening liability and leaving it up to the Consumers Insurance is wrong

  • fb_1021306799 avatar Sunitha Posted: 3/24/2010 10:48am PDT

    How can they release cars which are not safe and without testing properly to the public. This is the height of negligence.