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Here Tata Safari sells for 1 crore and all Indian cars also get 3 to 4 times as expensive

Made in India vehicles are sold in many countries of the world. Cars of many automakers in India are very popular abroad.

Indian car manufacturers also export their cars to Nepal. But Nepal imposes very high tax on vehicles.

Due to higher taxes, the cost of all cars in Nepal is 3 to 4 times higher than in India. Due to which there are very few brands in Nepal.

For example, Tata Safari sells for Rs 15.35 lakh to Rs 23.56 lakh in India. But the price of this reaches up to Rs 63.56 lakh in Nepal.

The Tata Safari and all other cars in Nepal are about 2.7 times more expensive than in India. Due to which it is very difficult to buy this car.

The 6-seater and 7-seater SUV in Nepal is sold at a starting price of NPR 81.99 Lakh, which goes up to a price of NPR 1 Crore.

The Tata Safari in Nepal sells for more than four times the price and all other cars are available at three to four times the price.

Kia Sonet is sold in India at a price of 7.49 lakhs, but in Nepal for NPR 36.90 lakhs. Which is approximately 23.10 lakhs in Indian Rupees.

Maruti-Suzuki's Vitara Brezza is sold in Nepal for Rs 43 lakh. Vitara Brezza price in India starts from ₹ 7.99 Lakh.

The starting price of Tata Nexon in Nepal is NPR 36.99 Lakh. The starting price of this car in India is 7.59 lakhs.

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