Mahindra Nuvosport, SUV which replaced the flop Quanto and was overshadowed by the TUV 300, has been discontinued. The news has been confirmed by some dealerships that we have contacted. After the launch of TUV300, the crossover SUV was making more losses than ever with only single-digit sales every month.
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 was not able to justify the price tag. People chose other available options such as Ford Endeavour and Toyota Fortuner. And the vehicle was silently removed from the lineup in 2007. Poor sales response led the company to discontinue the Grand Vitara from India.
Chevrolet has discontinued the Trailblazer and the car is out of production. Trailblazer is offered in 7 colors: Summit White, Black Sapphire, Switch Blade Silver, Satin Steel Grey, Sizzle Red, Blue Mountain, and Auburn Brown. But sadly it was discontinued.
Volkswagen India introduced the Touareg SUV in the Indian market as a CBU or Completely Built Unit in India last decade. However, it didn’t really sell in good numbers because of the high price tag of Rs. 58.5 lakhs ex-showroom. The luxury SUV was discontinued in India back in 2014.
The Captiva was powered by a 2.2-liter diesel engine which churns out 186.5 bhp at 3,800 rpm and 400 Nm of peak torque at 3,000 rpm. It gets a 6-speed manual transmission with a two-wheel drive system, while the all-wheel drive gets a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
The Tata Aria was launched in 2010. It was launched to take on the Toyota Innova but failed to do so. Sales declined gradually, and in 2017, the SUV was officially discontinued from the market. Low sales were not the only reason for Aria to get discontinued.
Renault Koleos, Renault has discontinued the Koleos (2011-2016) and the car is out of production.
Hyundai has discontinued the Terracan (2003-2006) and the car is out of production. Terracan was available in 1 variant with a powerful 2.9-litre turbocharged diesel engine.