BS4 Cars Discontinued

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The BS6 emission norms kicked in from 1st April 2020 and with this a lot of manufacturers have discontinued their cars which couldn’t comply with the new norms. Here’s a list of some of the top cars that have been phased out from the Indian market.

Tata Safari Storme V400 Long Term Review
The Safari Storme was a mile-muncher and a very capable SUV

Tata Safari – The Tata Safari has been an iconic SUV and it was first launched more than 20 years back. The latest iteration of the vehicle was known as the Safari Storme and it got a 2.2-litre Varicor400 diesel engine with a 6-speed MT. The Safari Storme was always known for its plush ride quality, intimidating looks, road presence and the way it drove. The SUV will continue to have a fond place in the hearts of SUV enthusiasts.

2018 Toyota Corolla Altis Review Test Drive
The next generation of the Corolla isn’t expected in India

Toyota Corolla – The Toyota Corolla is the highest selling car in the world and the version sold in India came with a 1.8-litre petrol engine or a 1.4-litre diesel powerplant. The next generation Corolla is out in global markets but Toyota won’t be launching it in India. The Corolla used to fetch good sales earlier and it was known as a no-nonsense car but with the arrival of modern rivals and people’s growing affinity towards SUVs, sales of this sedan started falling.