Yes - The upper middle class people wish to have a car to meet their movement needs in cities. Almost all other brand cars costs are above their hat. Therefore, people are unable to afford and NANO is preferred.
Yes, the basic purpose for which Ratan Tata had envisaged this small car is showing good results. The risk factors of driving two wheelers should work in favour of Nano beside the realities of Indian road conditions and traffic scenario.
Apart from the nano technology another technology influencing to keep it comfortably as the best selling car of 2012 and for later years is the Indian technology. Yes most of the Indians are not capable of dreaming for keeping an Audi or a BMW or any other high branded executive level cars and even not affordable to keep middle level branded cars. The increasing trend in the prices of low segment cars are also becoming hard enough to unthinking on purchasing those by the people up to the middle class levels and by the owners of two wheelers. Wishing all the dearest boarders for the Happier new year 2013.
this is the era of small small things,right from the chip to the car and skirts, nano emerged as a winner in its segment,mainly becausw it is the vision of Sir RATAN TATA ,not any pathetic indian policymaker.