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Auto Indica 5h
No more diesel cars from ? Post April 2020, won't sell any cars. That's definitely a big step from India's biggest carmaker.
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Girish Karkera 3h
Wonder if Maruti's strategy of giving up diesel next year will have an adverse effect on interest in the fuel for Indians...?
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Feather Diesel Apr 23
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Csweens 1h
If decided to play football, he would have been the most dominant lineman ever - offensive or defensive I don’t care. Change my mind.
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CNBC-TV18 News 3h
. will phase out all vehicles from April 2020. 's report
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IANS Tweets 2h
Automobile major will stop selling all fuelled cars from April 1, 2020, as new emission norms kick in from next year.
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Firstpost 8h
The ban comes into effect on 2 May, but one can expect the domestic prices to still be controlled until the elections are over after which the price of and will increase.
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Dr Kristina Hill 🏳️‍🌈 4m
I wonder how THIS is going to work out....
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Marketing Maverick 27m
to stop mass production of cars from April 1, 2020. The day new emission norms called BS VI take effect.
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WhatCar? India 4h
NEWS - Maruti Suzuki today stated that it will phase out all of its cars starting April 2020 as BSVI emission norms will come into effect. However, the new 1.5-litre diesel engine that was launched recently with the could make a comeback in the future.
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IRU 2h
What are the alternative options to for long-distance coaches? Read the IRU report on "Coach of the Future" to find out.
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B20 Club 17h
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Julia Poliscanova 7h
More myth busting: uses new and robust data to show is already cleaner than - and much potential to get lifecycle emissions down further!
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JioNews 2h
Maruti Suzuki announces it will stop making all Diesel cars beginning April 2020 blaming uncertain fuel prices and the onset of stricter emission norms in India. Read more on :
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Laratheescapeartist 3h
This happened to me on the school run a couple of months ago (pre me breaking my foot and now finding myself being the angry person in the car who hates anybody who overtakes them) be back on my bike
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Nick Wilczynski 19h
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MotorBeam 4h
Suzuki has announced that they won’t be selling cars from April 2020! What are your thoughts ? High cost of upgrading diesel engines to meet BS6 guidelines is one of the big reasons for this decision
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Ben Nicholas 38m
ARA Inventory Level. Same Common Theme. drawing. and not that exciting.
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Plus prices are up three weeks straight. Oil Industry Expert, Tom Kloza () with OPIS discusses why DC has oil industry analysts rethinking price predictions.
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ud3x Apr 22
just saw the statements you made on . Frankly spoken i was shocked because of the lack of vision which must have raised over the years. Instead of developing new leading tech your only strategy was to count on more years to come? Unbelievable!
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