Three old car nameplates: Over the years, the Indian market has experienced numerous automotive ups and downs. Reasons for this range from replacements with all-new names to model obsolescence due to declining sales or shift restrictions. Certain names, on the other hand, have stood the test of time and are still available today.
Let’s take a look at the longest running nameplate.
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Maruti Suzuki Wagon R – Released in 1999
The Maruti hatchback was first introduced in India in 1999 and is still on sale today. The hatchback’s ability to maximize interior space in a limited space is one of the strengths of the Wagon R’s design. Since its initial release, the vehicle has gone through many iterations, with the latest hatchback being the most powerful yet.
Mahindra Bolero – Launched in 2000
In 2000, the highly durable bolero entered India and is still available today. The tough body-on-frame SUV has received multiple upgrades over the past year. This includes a new or updated engine and a reduction in his size to under four meters, but Mahindra’s US best-selling SUV remains one of his. Bolero has served the passenger car market well and has inspired many pickups aimed at the business and lifestyle markets.
Maruti Suzuki Alto – launched in 2000
Both vehicles were sold side by side for several years until the famous Multi 800 was finally discontinued, and the Alto was expected to be its successor. The Alto continued to dominate the Indian market after that, selling over 400,000 units and ranking among the most popular cars on the market.
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