Top 15 Car Models to be Discontinued in Indian Market in 2023. List of Hatchback, Sedan, SUV Cars to be discontinued in 2023 with Exclusive Report
Passenger Car Market is ever revolving with an attempt done by Car Manufacturers for making Products based on changing Need and Demand. Cars are now not only considered part of Mobility Solution, but rather a huge aspect of Lifestyle reflection.
Features, Style Statement now plays most important role in choosing Car and then comes Safety, Performance, Space.
Over 20 Car Models are discotinued from Indian Market in last 3 years and 2023 will witness in almost 15 cars to be discontinued too. Below is List of 15 Models which are on risk to be discontinued in Indian Car Market in 2022
Honda Car India set to discontinue in highest number of Models in 2023.
This is unprecedented as nonve of these 5 cars will feature in sales from April 2023 in Indian car market.
Mahindra shifted focus towards new age cars including Thar, Scorpio N, XUV700 and will extend through Thar 5 Door and XUV400 EV. In meanwhile it will lead to 2 Cars to be discontinued in 2023
with both models to be discontinued from April 2023 in Indian Market
From 2023 onwards, there wont be any Diesel Hatchback in India as both
will be discontinued as technological changes to SCR Technology will increase costs significantly for Diesel Hatchback and would be end of both I20 Diesel and Altroz Diesel from April 2023 in Indian Car Market
Yes - you read it correct there wont be any Diesel Sedan from April 2023 in Indian Car Market as
both will be discontinued which marks an end to all Diesel Sedan Cars in Indian Car Market (except few luxury cars like Mercedes Benz, BMW)
Skoda will also witness an end to Iconic Sedan
from Indian Car Market from April 2023 onwards. Reason - Very Limited Sales of these models and fact that Real Driving emissions will need considerable cost increment will mark an end to Skoda Iconic Sedan Cars from India
Yes starting April 2023 - there wont be any 800cc Car in Indian Market as upcoming Real Driving Emission Norms will increase cost of these models and OEM dont feel like that increased prices will bring demand. Thus would be end of below 2 Entry Segment Hatchback Cars in India
2023 will also witness in few non performer SUV Cars including Nissan Kicks to be discontinued from Indian Car Market
Total Cars to be Discontinued in 2023
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Thus - 15 Cars to be Discontinued in 2023 which are
Yes, a number of cars running now are BS 4 compliant but from 2020 bs 6 compliant vehicle could be sold only. so either companies change engines and bodies or discontinue old models and launch new ones.