In the year 2020, there were many things that we do not want to talk about, the worldwide epidemic made millions of people unemployed. Its impact was seen well in the vehicle sector as well. Under the new emission standards that came into force in April 2020, automakers were forced to discontinue many of their vehicles from the market.
In the journey between this BS4 to BS6, many vehicles have taken their last farewell from India. In this article, we are going to tell you about some such cars, whose journey has ended in India.
Honda: The first company on this list is Honda. Honda discontinued its Accord and BR-V with new emission standards in the Indian market. However, by the end of the year, the company has also finished its popular sedan Civic and CR-V SUV in the market. These vehicles, which have been around for 15 years, will no longer be seen on Indian roads.
Nissan: With this, Japanese automaker Nissan discontinued its Micra in the Indian market for 10 years. The company did not update it with BS6. Apart from Micra, Sunny's journey in the market has also ended. However, it is to be noted that by discontinuing two vehicles, the company launched Magnite at the end of the year, entering the sub-compact SUV segment. Which is currently the cheapest compact SUV in the country.
Note: Apart from these trains Fiat has also discontinued Punta and Linea. At the same time, many vehicles have not received the update from BS6. However, the company has closed them. It would not be correct to say. Because there is still doubt on the launch of some such vehicles.