What does the NGT diesel ban mean for automakers and used car resellers?
The ban is universal encompassing everything from passenger cars to commercial vehicles
The National Green Tribunal today has asked the Delhi RTO to de-register all diesel vehicles in the NCR region that are more than 10 years old. That’s a huge blow to a very large segment of diesel vehicles. The ban is universal encompassing everything from passenger cars to commercial vehicles. Obviously the ruling is going to have a cascading effect on various segments of the automotive industry, consumers and manufacturer sentiment and outlay is going to shift tremendously. What all could happen, let’s take a look:
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After the diesel ban in Delhi NCR and Kerala we decided to make a list of cars won’t be able to acquire in those states
he National Green Tribunal Circuit Bench here on Monday banned light and heavy diesel vehicles, which are more than 10 years old, in six major cities, including state capital Thiruvananthapuram and commercial capital Kochi, in Kerala.
Manufacturers of CVs to attended hearing with NGT regarding this issue on September 27