10 Cars You’re Not Allowed To Buy In USA

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Tata Nano

There is a very good reason why the Tata Nano isn’t available in the USA—it’s a death trap. Receiving zero stars in NCAP safety tests, the 2009 Nano was billed as “the world’s cheapest car,” not a slogan that’ll inspire a lot of confidence. Intended to challenge popular two wheeled vehicles like scooters, the Nano was originally priced at $2,500, but the terrible safety rating and relatively high price (compared to a motorcycle) meant it sold poorly. An upgraded version is regularly rumored to be on the verge of release in the USA, but don’t hold your breath.

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