auto news desk, The rules of RDE will come into effect from 1st April i.e. from today. To meet them, automakers will have to upgrade existing cars. However, some cars will not be updated due to what will come out of the sale. The diesel version of the Tata Altroz is also among the vehicles that will be discontinued from April 1.
Nissan Kicks: It is not possible for automakers to upgrade some cars. That’s why they thought it right to stop these cars. Japanese automaker Nissan is also discontinuing the Kicks model. From today you will not be able to buy this car.
Honda City 4th Generation: From April 1, vehicle manufacturers will have to provide real time car emission data. Another Japanese company Honda is also discontinuing the sale of some cars. The fourth generation model of the popular Honda City sedan car has been discontinued.
Honda WR-V: Due to the new rules, another Honda car has crashed. It won’t be possible to buy a Honda VR-V in the near future as it is not clear whether an updated version of the car will come or not. Honda introduced this car with two engine options.
Mahindra Marazzo: The new emission norms will affect Mahindra as well. India’s popular SUV car company is pulling the Marazzo SUV from the market. This shark inspired car will also be discontinued due to the new rules.
Mahindra KUV 100: The Mahindra KUV100 did not perform well in the Indian market. Due to RDE and BS6 Phase 2 norms, the sales of this car will also be eclipsed. From April 1, this SUV car of Mahindra will also be discontinued.
Mahindra Alturas G4: Another Mahindra car Alturas G4 is being discontinued due to the new rule. The SUV included in the company’s flagship SUV will not be seen in the market. Now the Mahindra XUV700 has reached the title of flagship SUV.
Maruti Suzuki Alto 800: The sale of Maruti Alto 800, one of the best selling cars in India, is also being discontinued. Maruti has not updated it as per the new standards. Customers will now have the option of the new Alto K10.
Renault Kwid: Renault Kwid is a very popular name in the small car market. However, this car will also be discontinued from April. The Kwid has been one of the cheapest cars in India with an ex-showroom price of Rs 4.70 lakh.
Skoda Octavia: European automaker Skoda is also discontinuing the Octavia sedan. This car was brought to the Indian market through the Completely Knock-down (CKD) route. Due to this, the price of Octavia becomes very expensive.