Discontinued Cars SUVs for 2023: Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, Hyundai i20 Diesel, Skoda Octavia

New emission norms for vehicles will be implemented in India from April 2023. These are known as RDE or Real Time Driving Emission Norms. With its implementation, many auto makers will discontinue their diesel vehicles, while some changes will be required in petrol vehicles as well

New emission norms
from 2023

Under RDE, vehicles must have an onboard self-diagnostic device to monitor real-time driving emission levels. To keep an eye on emissions, the device will constantly monitor key parts for meeting emission standards, such as catalytic converters and oxygen sensors

Real Time Driving
Emission Norms

RDE testing, which measures pollutants like NOx emitted by vehicles in a real-world setting rather than just a lab, leads to better compliance

RDE testing

RDE is referred to as Phase 2 of India's BS-VI emission norms, the first phase of which began in 2020. Check out the list of 17 cars which will be discontinued before April 2023 due to this rule

RDE testing

Tata Altroz Diesel

Tata Motors

- Mahindra Marazzo 
- Mahindra Alturas G4 
- Mahindra KUV100

Mahindra & Mahindra

- Skoda Octavia
- Skoda Superb

Skoda

Renault Kwid 800

Renault

Nissan Kicks 

Nissan

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800

Maruti Suzuki

Toyota Innova Crysta Petrol

Toyota

- Hyundai i20 Diesel
- Hyundai Verna Diesel

Hyundai

- Honda City 4th Gen
- Honda City 5th Gen Diesel
- Honda Amaze Diesel

Honda Cars

- Honda Jazz
- Honda WR-V

Honda Cars To Be
Discontinued in 2023

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