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Full List of Discontinued BS4 Cars – 13 Petrol, 16 Diesel engines

Some discontinued BS4 cars are expected to make a comeback with updated BS6 engines at a later date

BS6 emissions standards will kick in from 1 April 2020 and the entire Indian automotive industry is busy updating products to the stringent pollution norms. Almost all major OEMs across different categories have performed a smooth transition to BS6 albeit at a cost. As per the rulebook, no BS4 vehicle can be legally registered in the country post 31 March 2020. For the same reason, various dealerships are offering substantial discounts on their leftover BS4 stock.

While popular names on the market have been updated or upgraded to a new avatar on the occasion, certain models and engines had to be discontinued (especially diesel products). In fact, the axe fell on 13 petrol and 16 diesel engines. Here is the complete list of discontinued BS4 cars and engines:

BS4 Petrol Cars, Engines Discontinued

BrandBS4 Petrol EngineModelsBS6 Replacement
Maruti Suzuki1.0 BoosterjetBaleno RSNIL
Tata Motors1.2T RevotronBoltAvailable in other models
  Zest 
Hyundai1.6 VTVTVerna1.5P
  Creta 
Mahindra2.2 mHawkXUV500 G2.0 mStallion
Ford1.0 EcoBoostEcoSport S 1.0Mahindra 1.2 T-GDi
Toyota1.2EtiosNIL
  Etios Liva 
  Etios Cross 
 1.8Corolla AltisNIL
Volkswagen1.2 TSiPolo TSi1.0 TSi
  Vento TSi 
 1.4 TSiSkoda Octavia1.5 TSi
  Audi A3 
  Audi A4 
 1.6 MPiSkoda Rapid1.0 TSi
 1.8 TSiOctavia2.0 TSI
  Superb 
Fiat1.2 FIREPunto 1.2NIL
 1.4 T-JetLinea T-JetNIL
  Abarth Punto 
  Urban Cross 1.4T 
  Avventura 1.4T

Starting with the market leader, it is not news that Maruti Suzuki is going the petrol way post BS6 implementation. The demand for diesel engines are still going strong and the same has reflected on the brand’s recent sales reports. The 1.0-litre Boosterjet turbo petrol motor had potential but failed to create an interest in the wider market.

BS4 Diesel Cars, Engines Discontinued

BrandBS4 Diesel EngineModelsBS6 Replacement
Maruti Suzuki1.3 DDiSSwiftNIL
  Dzire 
  Baleno 
  Vitara Brezza 
  S-Cross 
 1.5 DDiSErtigaNIL
  Ciaz 
Tata Motors1.05 RevotorqTiagoNIL
  Tigor 
 1.3 RevotorqBoltNIL
  Zest 
 2.2 VaricorSafari StormeComing in late-2020
  Hexa 
 3.0 VaricorSumo GoldNIL
Hyundai1.4DVenue1.5D
  Verna 
  Creta 
 1.6DVerna 
  Creta 
  Elantra 
Mahindra1.2 mFalconKUV100NIL
Ford2.2 TDCiEndeavour2.0 Panther
 3.2 TDCi  
Toyota1.4DEtiosNIL
  Etios Liva 
  Etios Cross 
  Corolla Altis D4-D 
 4.5-4DLand Cruiser 200NIL
  Lexus LX450d 
Volkswagen1.5 TDiPoloNIL
  Ameo 
  Vento 
  Skoda Rapid 
 2.0 TDiTiguanNIL
  Audi A3 
  Audi Q3 
  Audi A5 
  Audi Q5 
  Skoda Rapid 
  Skoda Superb 
  Skoda Kodiaq 
 3.0 TDiAudi Q7NIL
RenaultK9K 1.5DDuster“Coming only in Duster and Kicks”
  Captur 
  Lodgy 
  Nissan Micra 
  Nissan Sunny 
  Nissan Terrano 
  Nissan Kicks 
  Mahindra Verito 
Fiat1.3 MultijetPuntoNIL
  Linea 
  Urban Cross 
  Avventura 
Mitsubishi2.5DPajero SportNIL

Tata Motors has discontinued certain diesel engines but they still have a strong line-up of BS6 diesel models. The brand’s 1.5 Revotorq diesel products, especially the Tata Nexon, find a lot of takers. On the other hand, Hyundai has ditched its BS4 diesel mills for the 1.5-litre unit that powers the Kia Seltos. The South Korean brand’s higher 1.6 petrol unit will be replaced by the 1.5 petrol mill of the Seltos as well.

Ford and Mahindra arguably make some of the best engines on the market; be it petrol or diesel. With the new joint venture between either brand taking shape, India automotive enthusiasts are eagerly looking forward to a range of exciting products in the near future.

On the premium side of the Indian market, Volkswagen Group India (now Skoda Auto Volkswagen India) has also opted a petrol-only BS6 portfolio in the country. The brand has discontinued a range of engines with only the petrol units getting a worthy replacement. The automotive group may introduce BS6-compliant diesel motors in the future if there’s a strong demand. As it happens, a good number of these engines will receive a successor at some point in time, except for Fiat brand which has already left the Indian market while Mitsubishi is nowhere on the map.

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