Band, Baja, Baraat See Entry, But Then These Cars Got Fuss, See The List Of Country’s Biggest Flops


auto news desk, India is emerging as a major car market for companies across the world. Keeping this in mind, companies are also launching new models of their cars every day. Some models are such that people like them very much and those cars prove to be best selling, but there are some which become a deal of loss instead of profit for the companies. Some car companies launch with a big bang. But the customers reject them outright. Now there is either some deficiency in these cars or people are simply not liking them. We are going to tell you about some such cars which people absolutely disliked.

Ford Fusion Crossover: After the success of Fusion, Ford also launched its crossover model. It was a hybrid of hatchback and SUV. This design was new in India. The first fusion was liked by the people and the crossover model was equally fuel efficient and powerful but people rejected it.

Cars that flopped despite being best Tata Fiat Chevrolet Ford Mahindra Nissan know the reason

Chevrolet SR-V: Although the American car company Chevrolet launched many such cars in the Indian market which people like till date, but there were some which were never seen on the roads like other Chevrolet vehicles. SRV was one of them. It was only a hatchback version of the sedan. Due to its high cost, people did not like to buy this car.

Mahindra Nuvosport: Mahindra had launched Nuvo Sport as a compact SUV long back. It came with a 1.5 liter diesel engine. It was a comfortable car with power as well as space, yet people did not like its design at the time.

Tata Bolt: After the Tata Indica, Tata experimented with another hatchback in the form of the Tiago. Both its petrol and diesel variants were launched by the company. It was given 1.2 liter petrol and 1.3 liter diesel engine but people disliked this car.

Nissan Evalia: In the MPV segment, Nissan has launched its car Evalia in the market. The car was spacious but the design was too boxy and people didn’t like it. Nissan had high hopes from this car as Toyota’s Innova was the only MPV that had captured the market at that time. But Evlia could not stand before him.

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