These 6 cars can be closed in 2019, see the list here

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Maruti Suzuki Gipsy

Price - Rs 5.70 lakh to Rs 6.40 lakh (ex showroom Delhi)

Average monthly sales - Less than 500 units

Maruti Suzuki Gypsy had stepped into the Indian car market in the 1980s and is now believed that the company will close it in 2019. The main reason for shutting it down is being considered as the India New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP), which is being implemented this year. Gypsy is known as 'Mountain Got' for its Off-Road Capacity and Low Curb Weight (980kg). It is also used by Indian security forces.

Maruti Suzuki Omni

Price - 2.76 lakhs

Maruti Omni is also one of the longest-selling Maruti cars in the country, like Gypsy. It was launched in India in 1985. Omni's new Generation model has not been launched in India for the past three decades. However, the company had introduced Maruti Versa as a new generation, which was eclipsed in 2010 by Eco Wayne in India. The existing Omni will not be able to complete the crash test nor its old 796cc carbonated engine is capable of meeting the stringent BS-6 emission norms, in which case the company can shut down Omni. Let's say Omni's monthly sales are still much higher than many cars.

Mahindra Xylo

Price - Rs 9.17 lakh to Rs 12 lakh (ex showroom Delhi)

On average monthly sales - 500 units


The company could also shut down Mahindra Xylo, which was launched in 2009. Let us tell you that after 2009 the company has not yet launched its new Generation model. Mahindra Xylo is built on the platform of the first generation Scorpio, which is unable to pass the upcoming crash test. Let us tell you thatsdsd the second generation scorpio get zero marks in the Global NCAP crash test and the body of the car was also described as unstable during the test. It is expected, therefore, that the company will close Jeylow in India.

Tata Nano

Price - Rs 3.36 lakh to Rs 3.36 lakh

On average monthly sales - 50 units


Tata Nano has emerged as the cheapest car after launch in 2008. However, despite the low cost, the car did not stand on the company's expectations and it could be closed due to the upcoming norms.

Fiat Punto, Linea

Punto price - Rs 5.35 lakh to Rs 7.47 lakh (ex showroom Delhi)

Linia Price - Rs 7.15 lakh to Rs.9.97 lakh (ex showroom Delhi)

On average monthly sales - less than 100 units

Sales of these two cars have been running poorly in comparison to other cars for a long time. Not only this, these two cars are the oldest cars in their segments. Lenina's annual average sales is less than 100 units. At the same time, Punto Range's monthly sales are up to 50 units, including the Aventura and the Urban Cross. The company can shut down these two cars due to bad sales. However, until Fiat launches a new model, it can continue to sell its sales.

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