2.0-litre and above diesel cars being pushed for ahead of schedule launch in India

The Delhi diesel ban, which rocked the entire auto industry last December, has now finally been put to rest. To recap, the National Green Tribunal had issued a ban on registration of new diesel vehicles with engines displacing more than 2 litres in Delhi-NCR. The ban was also extended to Kerala (but a stay order put a halt to this) and was also to envelope other states in India. This subsequently led to a drop in sales of diesel vehicles in Delhi-NCR and uncertainty throughout the industry regarding the future of large-capacity diesels in...


Updated Date: Sep 08, 2016 09:27 AM

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