Why did these fun to drive cars disappear?
1. Maruti Baleno RS
it was priced at a difference of just around Rs 31,000 to the standard Baleno’s Alpha variant. Maruti being a high-volume player did not see merit in keeping the Baleno RS on sale. parkplusio
2. Ford Figo diesel, Freestyle diesel
Ford's second-gen Figo went on sale in 2015 and the high-riding Freestyle joined the line-up in 2018. While both models were available in petrol and diesel engine options, it was the latter that suited the car’s ride and handling capabilities more. parkplusio
3. Volkswagen Polo GT TSI
The Polo GT TSI went on sale in 2013 replacing the dull Polo 1.6 from 2010. The 1.2-litre turbo-petrol hatch equipped with the DSG gearbox was an instant hit and gathered its own fan following despite its Rs 10 lakh-plus price tag. It did a 0-100kph sprint in a respectable 11.3 seconds. parkplusio
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