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BS VI phase 2: Hyundai joins peers, bids farewell to diesel engine sedans

Diesel engine vehicles have seen a steep hike in prices after the second phase of BS-VI norms was implemented by the government

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India's second-largest carmaker, Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL), has decided to stop offering diesel engines in its sedans, The Economic Times (ET) reported. The decision comes at a time when more and more customers in the passenger car segment are choosing to buy petrol vehicles.

Diesel engine vehicles have seen a steep hike in prices after the second phase of BS-VI norms was implemented by the government. This has led to a lot of consumers shifting to petrol vehicles, the report said. A steady rise in diesel costs has also played a significant role.
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First Published: Mar 22 2023 | 10:53 AM IST

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