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New Delhi / Team Digital. Novel coronavirus has stopped the pace of many countries including India. After humans, the most impact of the epidemic was seen on the auto industry. Not only this, under the new emission standards implemented in April 2020 this year, the share of many automobile manufacturers came down, these companies completely stopped the manufacturing of many of their vehicles.

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BS-6 wreaked havoc on these cars
Actually, BS-6 was directly implemented in India, except BS-5. BS-6 was implemented in India nationwide in April 2020. Let’s take a look at those cars whose journey BS-6 made a full stop.

Honda Motors stopped production of these cars

Japanese carmaker Honda Motors also had to stop production of its Accord and BR-V due to BS-6. Honda Motors also banned production of its popular sedan Civic and CR-V SUVs. These vehicles, which have been growing at the speed of the last 15 years on Indian roads, will not be seen. Due to their excellent look and powerful engine, these cars were seen quite crazed in India.

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This car of car maker company Nissan has been closed

BS-6 not only broke the doom on Honda’s cars, but also came in the form of Micra and Sunny of car manufacturer Nissan. The Nissan company’s car Micra has been in the Indian market for the last 10 years, but when the company did not update it in BS6, then its journey came to a halt and along with it, the journey of Sunny car was also ended.

BS6 was also affected by these cars
Let us know that the brunt of the BS6 update is not only big to pick up some cars of Honda and Nisha, but during this time Fiat also discontinued its Punta and Line .After the arrival of BS6, there are many more vehicles that were denied BS6 updates.

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Mahindra Thar base variant discontinued
Apart from this, Mahindra has discontinued the 6 seater variants of the new Thar, these were given jump seats at the rear and these variants were available only in fixed soft tops. Now this Mahindra car is available only in more secure AX optional and LX variants. The reason behind the closure of the 6 seater variants is only in the market.The reason behind the discontinuation of the 6 seater variant was to bring only the update version in the market.

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Honda Civic and CR-V discontinued
With this, Honda has stopped production at its Greater Noida plant and at the same time the company has also discontinued its Civic and CR-V cars. However, customers can take both these cars to the last stock at the dealership and negotiate with them to get a good discount on them.

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