Is it safe to ride the world's cheapest car




World's cheapest car, Nano by Tata, has got a bad reputation after all.







The incident happened with Satish Sawant, a software engineer, who was proudly driving  his new Nano with his family from showroom that bursted into flames.  Satish and his family could escape the accident but the question now raises about Nano's safety and quality.  There have been many complaints from customers before also.  What quality you can expect from a car that costs mere $2,500?  Image: Nano bursts into flame
    
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