Production of 17 Cars to be discontinued from 2023 in India - Part 2

The Real Driving Emissions (RDE) norms coming into effect in India from April 2023 onwards will cause the discontinuation of several cars and SUVs.


Nissan Kicks

Nissan Kicks is a mid size SUV but it has not been doing great in terms of sales since its launch. Nissan initially offered the SUV with both petrol and diesel engine options. 


Toyota Innova Crysta petrol

Toyota is most likely to discontinue Innova Crysta petrol from the market as it would otherwise affect the sales of the new Innova Hycross.


Tata Altroz

Tata is also expected to discontinue the 1.5 litre diesel version of their premium hatchback Altroz from the market as upgrading the engine would increase the price of the hatchback.


Renault Kwid

Renault is most likely to discontinue the Kwid 800 from the market. They might continue to offer the 1.0 litre petrol version.


Skoda Octavia

Even India‚Äôs largest car manufacturer is planning to discontinue one of their model from the market. It is most likely to discontinue the Alto 800 from the market 


Hyundai i20

Hyundai might also discontinue the diesel engine variants of i20 hatchback


Hyundai Verna

Hyundai might also discontinue the diesel engine variants of erna sedan from the market as part of the RDE or BS6 phase 2 transition next year.


Honda Jazz

The report stated that in 2023, the Japanese giant will remove  Jazz from its lineup in the world's fifth-largest economy.


Mahindra KUV100

The reason for Mahindra to discontinue the KUV100 is a fewer sales number.

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