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Sunday, November 25, 2018

These 5 Cars Are Stop Selling The Company in 2018-TheReviewNoe

The journey of these 5 cars ended, now I will not see the roads

. There was a time when no car was locked so easily. But now if the car's cell starts getting low and it has more time to come, then the company either upgrades the model or closes it. More recently, some automobile companies have stopped production of these models. But what was the reason behind this? Let us know in this report ...



Closed Maruti Suzuki Ritz
Maruti Suzuki India has just recently stopped selling its popular hatchback car Ritz in Domestyk and International Markets. In 2009, Maruti launched Ritz in petrol and diesel. This car also made headlines because of its different design.

Why the shutdown?
Since launch, around 4 lakh units of this Ritz had been sold, which is not very good. According to Maruti, the portfolio has been constantly reviewed and new models have been introduced while changing their product portfolio.

What do people do with what they have?
The company has confirmed that for the next 10 years Ritz's spare parts and service will be available in the market. That is, those customers who currently have a Ritz do not have to worry. According to the data of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), the company produced zero production of Ritz in October. Not only this, the company had sold 3038, 2525 and 5 units respectively in Ritz, in August, September and October last year.



S-Cross base model closed
Maruti Suzuki has quietly stopped the base variant of 1.6 liters of its premium S-cross. Now the company is selling S-cross top variants (1.6 liters) through Nexa, which costs 12.03 lakh rupees. However, the company is selling all three variants of the S-cross, which are in the 1.3 liter diesel engine. His showroom price in Delhi is 8.78 lakh to 10.63 lakh rupees.

According to Maruti Suzuki, customer S-cross (1.6 liter engine) is preferred over top variants due to more features. Maruti Suzuki sells S-cross 2000 to 2100 units every month. Maruti Suzuki launched the S-Cross in 1.6 liter and 1.3 liter diesel engines in 2015. The sale of S-Cross is through the premium showroom Nexa of Maruti Suzuki.

This is the reason
The company has taken this decision due to weak demand. Due to high prices, sales of S-cross sales are a major reason. However, last year, the company had reduced the cost of the 1.6 liter Variants of S-Cross to 2 lakh rupees. At the same time, the price of its 1.3 liter variant was reduced from 40 thousand rupees to 60 thousand. However, there was not much speed in sales of this car.



Hyundai i10
After 9 years, Hyundai has also stopped production of its small car, I 10. The I10 has been replicated from its own second model, Grand I10. Hyundai's Grand I was one of the 10th most successful cars, but with the moment its glow began to fade and in the end it was big to get rid of it from the market.

What was the reason behind closing the I10?
Hyundai has an average sale of I10 per month of 2000 units per month, while the average sale of Grand I10 is 11,000 per month.



Celerio diesel off variant
The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has discontinued diesel variants of its hatchback car Celerio. Since January 2017, the stock of diesel celerio has also closed down to dealers. Now Celerio will be available only in petrol and CNG variants. The prices of petrol and CNG versions are showing only on the company's official website. However, there has not been any official statement regarding this towards the company.

What is the reason?
Due to the falling demand of Celery's diesel variants, the company has taken a decision to shut it down. Apart from this, the NVH (Noise Vibration and Harshness) level of this car was not well, which proved to be a weak aspect of this car. Cellar's cell recovery has been very good in 2016. The company has sold more than 90 thousand units. But in most of the cells it is only petrol and CNG variants. With the initial price of 4.65 lakhs, the diesel celerio was launched in 2015.



Closed Honda Mobilio
Honda Cars India has finally closed its MPV mobilio. This means that the car will not be seen in Honda's showroom. Honda had made Mobilio responsible for keeping the family in mind, but this vehicle proved to be unsuccessful in making people's place in their hearts.

Mobilio was behind the big reason
Honda stopped MPV Mobilio, because the car's car is getting worse. Figures also say that a single car was not sold in the previous month. Stop the car due to the continued sale of the company. Honda launched Mobilio in 2014. Since then, the car has only sold 40,789 units in India. Which is a very poor performance. At present, the demand for Maruti Artiga is high in the MPV segment. Mobilio's price was higher than ARTIGA. The car could not attract the car too much.

What is the Expert?
According to automobile experts, there are two reasons for closing any product. One does not want that model to be in line with the cell companies, and for the second reason, to make room for the preparation of new models

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