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Monday, March 03, 2014

By Car Khabri Team

Cars which are now part of history

Cars which are now part of history

Change is necessity of time and the person who does not change according to time lags in the competition. This principle strictly applies in every business because satisfying customers need is the principle of every business and therefore there exists cut throat competition in every business, as the result of which any product launched today becomes an outdated with few days of its launch. Auto industry is not an exception to it with an objective of enhancing the driving experience of their customers all car makers are offering new features in their cars in form of either offering facelifts or new versions of their cars with enhanced performance and power. Apart from this sometimes they even discontinue the existing versions of their cars and launch new cars which are miles ahead from the outgoing cars of specific company.
Maruti Celerio Pictures
The beginning of ongoing year witnessed the organization of Indian Auto Expo 2014 wherein apart from showcasing and launching various new cars, few companies announced to discontinue the highly acclaimed models of their flagship. To begin with country’s leading car manufacturing company Maruti Suzuki India Limited announced to discontinue to it’s highly acclaimed hatchback Maruti 800 from Indian car market, which created a landmark in the history of MSIL and gave new direction to hatchback segment of cars in Indian car market. Apart from this company also announced to discontinue its existing hatchback A-Star and Zen Estilo which were not working according to company’s expectations. On the contrary company launched a new hatchback Celerio blessed with varios remarkable features followed by improved fuel efficiency in Indian car market during the Indian Auto Expo 2014.
Maruti 800 Maruti Zen Estilo Maruti Suzuki A-Star
On the other side Japanese car maker Nissan Motors has also announced discontinue its SUV, Nissan X-Trail and 370Z Coupe from Indian car market. Industry experts believe that Nissan will launch Qashqai SUV in Indian car market replacing X-Trail and will offer an enhancing driving experience to the buyers.
Nissan X-Trail NIssan 370Z Coupe


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