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Diesel cars tumble to low of 1.8% of small car, sedan sales in April-July, Auto News, ET Auto

In any case, the higher price of diesel vehicles, costing at minimum Rs 1 lakh extra, has been a deterrent.
In any case, the bigger selling price of diesel vehicles, costing at minimum Rs 1 lakh extra, has been a deterrent.

NEW DELHI: The Indian car consumer does not want to acquire diesel-powered vehicles any longer. The share of diesel variants in sale of small cars and sedans has fallen to just 1.8% in the course of April-July, 2020 period of time, the least expensive in current heritage as prime makers these kinds of as Maruti Suzuki have exited the section owing to the ever-narrowing gap concerning petrol and diesel prices.

In any case, the bigger selling price of diesel vehicles, costing at minimum Rs 1 lakh extra, has been a deterrent. The introduction of BS6 engines from April has also pushed up the selling price of diesel vehicles, driving absent Maruti Suzuki and Volkswagen from the market place.

These types of has been the tumble from grace for diesel

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