Mercedes-Benz India says their vehicles can run on bio-diesel

The Supreme Court of India had recently extended the ban on registration of cars and SUV’s powered by diesel engines with cubic capacity of 2.0-litre or above within the NCR region till April 30, 2016. This directive was first issued in December, 2015 and was supposed to cease on March 31, 2016. Manufacturers with diesel vehicles powered by 2.0-litre capacity and above in their model line-up have been hit hard by...


Updated Date: Apr 28, 2016 15:36 PM

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