small car hatchback launches of 2009

TATA NANO 2lakhsThey said it couldt be made, they said they weren't sure if it would be a car, butTata Motors silenc noed all critics with the unveiling if the Nano in January 2008.We would have been looking at this car as a current product had it not been for theSingur fiasco, which now makes it one of the most anticipated cars of this year theworld over. Expected to change the way India drives and also the way theworldlooks at us, and riding on its revolutionary design and compact size coupled with theinvincible pricing, the Nano is all set to put the whole of India on wheels, once again

The Beat was introduced as a concept at the 2007 New York International Auto Show,and can be seen as an evolution of GM's current international small car, the Spark(known as the Matiz around the world).

Thoroughly Italian in its looks and European in appeal, the Fiat Bravo was setto take CBU route into India and act as a brand builder for Fiat.After Fiat's major investments in its Ranjangaon facility, however, the Bravo willnow be made in India

Another stunner from the Fiat stable up for a 2009 launch is the Grande Puntohatchback. The car has been an global success for Fiat, with markets rangingfrom Europe to South America enjoying the Italian large hatch.

Honda Siel is expected to see mid-2009 as time 'Fit' to launch its stylish 5-doorhatchback, the Jazz. Already having made its mark in Japan and across the world,this smart city car will come with a 1.3-litre inline-4 petrol VTEC engine keeping inmind the economy demands of the segment, but if Honda feels generous (we wishit does) a peppier 1.5-litre engine could also be offered, making the Jazz a nice hothatch.

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