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Now book Nano online at CarWale.com

Started by sajiv, Apr 13, 2009, 11:47 PM

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Apr 13, 2009, 11:47 PM Last Edit: Apr 13, 2009, 11:49 PM by sajiv


CarWale.com has tied up with leading banks to provide convenient online booking for Tata Nano - the people's car. The booking amount for the car, is Rs. 2999, comes inclusive of, interest amount and processing.

CarWale.com is offering this service free of charge and had by set up a detailed section on www.carwale.com to help customers apply for the Tata Nano. CarWale is providing this service to over 170 cities across the country. Applications will be accepted from April 9 to April 25.

"Nano marks a new era in India's car history and we are here to revolutionize people's car buying experience. We are glad to partner with leading bank and offer easy finance and online booking of Nano." said Tufail Khan, VP Marketing CarWale.com, "And hence we are providing Tata Nano buyers the luxury of replacing unending queues and paper work hassles with a simple click of a button to book a car, all within the comfort of their home," Khan added.

All Nano models are available on www.carwale.com and the customer can also choose from a wide range of colors. CarWale with their Finance partners arranges to deliver and collect application form, loan documents from the home and office of customers.


sajiv

Climate change expert's mixed response to Nano

HYDERABAD: Simon Boxall, a UK expert on climate change and oceanography, has a mixed response to Nano, the recent addition to the Tatas' stable of four-wheelers.

"[It is] good because it is a low-energy product and more economical. Shame is that it is not built with hydrogen-cell or electric technology," he says.

In Hyderabad, to interact with media about 'Communicating the Climate Change', Dr. Boxall, the lead scientist of the 'Cape Farewell' initiative on global warming, feels that Nano, while being more fuel-efficient vis--vis a Ford, can be much more destructive due to its accessibility to millions.

He asserts that India, by pioneering a new industrial revolution, can guide others in finding better, alternative technologies. And nothing could work better than enforcement to promote such paradigm shift in use of technologies.

Is not alternative technology expensive? Legislation can spiral the production which on a massive scale will reduce the costs.

No-fuel cars
"If you turn off fuel supply, Tata, Ford, and Chrysler will come out with no-fuel cars within two years," he quips and refers to the failure and subsequent success of energy-efficient light bulbs in Britain. Initially, the response was not good. The bulbs were expensive, emitted nasty light and took time to illuminate. Pressure from government forced the industries to improve the technology and it worked." Same was the case with products of low CFC emissions.

"People respond negatively to environmental issues because they think they will have to lose some of their luxuries. But being energy-efficient does not have to cost you your luxury, or the earth," he says.

Cape Farewell, the project Dr. Boxall heads, aims to disseminate the concept of climate change by clubbing scientists with artists, educators, writers on cruise expeditions to High Arctic.

Cruise
The forthcoming cruise in 2010 will sail from the Atlantic Arctic to the Pacific Arctic through Siberia -- a route thought to be impossible without a nuclear ice-breaker till now. Loss of ice-cover will see it happen in September next.

"Speed at which the Arctic ice-caps are melting is alarming. Predictions for 2050 have come true between 2007 and 2009. Doom and gloom are understatements," Dr. Boxall warns. By his personal estimate, we should be able to sail to North Pole by 2025!

Melting ice-caps and the resultant expansion in oceans can have a serious impact on India, he warns. Farmlands and cities will drown, monsoon patterns will be affected and resultant extreme weather conditions will shrink the cereal production.

Torch-bearers
"India has evident gain by thinking green," he asserts. Support in terms of funding and technology transfers should be binding on the developed countries, but the torch-bearers should be regions such as India, Africa and South America which, though inflicting minimal damage now, might prove to be disastrous with their potential for industrial development.


rameshscm

hi, For buying & Selling of Nano Cars visit www.adaalo.com

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