Tata Motors is taking a minor price increase on the All New Tata Nano, effective from November 1, 2010, to partially neutralise the steep increase in input costs in the last two years. The average increase is about Rs. 9000/- (ex-showrooms), with prices varying from city to city and model to model. As of now, Tata Motors has announced open sales of the Tata Nano in the states of Kerala (since August 2010) and Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal (since October 2010). The company has tied up with 39 Banks, NBFC, Cooperative and Gramin Banks to offer customers with loans for purchasing the Tata Nano at attractive rates of interest. More such arrangements are in process. As a result of these tie-ups, the Tata Nano can be owned at an EMI of less than Rs. 3000/-. Tata Nano comes in three variants such as Tata Nano Standard, Tata Nano CX and Tata Nano LX. The all variants are available with affordable price tag between Rs 1,15,361 to Rs 1,79,254 (ex-showroom,Delhi). The all Variants of Tata Nano are loaded with impressive features which makes these more classy and comfy. The standard version of Nano is available in three exciting shades and comes loaded with single-tone seats and fold-down rear seat. The second one model is also available with five attractive colours with comfy features like heating and air-conditioning (HVAC), two- tone seats, parcel shelf, booster-assisted brakes, fold-down rear seat with nap rest. The higher version of Nano is fitted with luxurious attributes including fabric seats, central locking, front power windows, body coloured exteriors in three premium colours, fog lamps, electronic trip meter, cup holder in front console, mobile charger point, and rear spoiler. Meanwhile, Tata Motors has recently launched the new Tata Aria in India with amazing price tag of around Rs. 15 lacs.