In the wake of the noose hanging around diesel PVs these days, Maruti Suzuki made one of the biggest headlines of the Indian automotive industry today by announcing the retirement of diesel cars completely from its portfolio by April 2020.The latest development comes as a shock because Maruti Suzuki had introduced the indigenously developed E15A 1.5-litre diesel engine just … [Read more...] about Maruti Suzuki to discontinue all diesel models by April 2020
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Maruti Suzuki is said to stop building the Multijet diesel engine from its Gurgaon factory. This big development comes at a time when there are rumours that diesel engines on small cars may be going the way of the dodo thanks to a steep increase in costs. According to LiveMint, The diesel engine factory could be converted to produce petrol engines even as Maruti Suzuki is … [Read more...] about Maruti Suzuki to stop building Multijet diesel engines used by Swift, Dzire, Brezza & more
2018 was an eventful year for the automotive scene in India. A slew of launches were made this year including new cars and facelifted variants. The year was started by Auto Expo which saw a host of announcements and details about future launches. However, many vehicles have also been discontinued from the market, many of which had gained a cult status in the country. One of the … [Read more...] about Tata Nano to Maruti Suzuki Gypsy: 9 Cars We Will Not See In 2019
Maruti Suzuki is in no rush to advance the rollout of BSVI-compliant vehicles. It will introduce the upgraded models 3-4 months before the deadline.R. C. Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki, told carandbike last week that the company is ready with BSVI vehicles, and it will introduce them 3-4 months before the deadline. The BSVI emission norms become effective on 1 April and so, … [Read more...] about Maruti Suzuki not in a rush to introduce BSVI-compliant vehicles
The Maruti Omni passenger van is on the chopping block due to the more stringent Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP) safety norms kicking in from October 2020. What this means is, the Maruti Omni will not be built after October 2020. The Maruti Eeco is likely to take its place. RC Bhargava, the Chairman of Maruti Suzuki, had this to say about the Omni’s … [Read more...] about Bye-bye Maruti Omni: Alto & Eeco to meet new safety norms!