Maruti Suzuki is fond of diesel vehicles, the market will not get a new car in this model from next year. Only petrol, c. N. Yes. The hybrid model will be available only Years to be applied in 2020 The call for the SI-6 rules diesel cars is going to be proven. Maruti Suzuki will stop making diesel cars from April 2020.
The Maruti Suzuki company says that due to high prices of diesel cars, their popularity is declining. B Due to the implementation of the SI-6 rules, diesel cars will become more expensive and after the market is calculated, it is estimated that buyers will not be able to buy diesel cars at such a high price. Changing the small diesel engine to India Stage 6 (BS-6) costs Rs 1.3 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh.
The decreasing difference in petrol and diesel prices is also disrupting people’s engagement with diesel cars. There was a difference of Rs 32 per liter in petrol and diesel prices in 2011, which is now almost 7 rupees. At that time, the Supreme Court has only issued a notice to the companies from April 1, 2020, The S6 has approved the sale of vehicles, i.e. a new bicycle, including two-wheelers, commercial vehicles or cars. The S-4 vehicle will not be
able to sell from this date. For this reason, the path of many diesel cars can end here, the big reason is that for the companies, Bharat Stage 4 to B. There is a special expenditure on adopting SI-6 technology and the buyer will not get the car due to expensive cost. Besides, the rules related to safety are also in effect, with which the price of diesel cars will be much higher than the petrol train. The industry believes that B The difference between the price of petrol and diesel cars will increase to Rs 2.5 lakh.