Mercedes-Benz launches the S-Class Facelift in India, from 1.33 crore

Mercedes-Benz launches the S-Class Facelift in India, from 1.33 crore

Mercedes-Benz launches the S-Class Facelift in India, from 1.33 crore

  The Financial Times report says that Fiat Chrysler Automobile-FCA will remove the diesel engine from all its vehicles by 2022. Report of the main reasons for doing so, the company said will be consistent with the decline in demand for diesel engines. Where could this report to decide is not layer CAF company space to swim directly to get sharp in which the company worked to stop diesel vehicles that is to start planning from June 1, 2018, 4 years Go go there? This group includes popular brands such as Fiatt Alpha Romeo, Ferrari, Lancia, Maserati, Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, and Jeep. Due to the Volkswagen Diesel Scandal in 2015, diesel vehicles began to decline, which remains a crisis for the automotive world.


This decision of the Fiat Chrysler automobile is the result of this scandal and in some markets, the diesel cars are directly contradicted. In countries where diesel is more in demand, government decisions are now making policies to increase car companies back to gasoline. Toyota has also announced that the company will no longer be very focused on producing diesel engines. Last week, Volkswagen Group Porsche also said it would completely mix diesel cars. Diesel cars are in constant decline in demand from many heavily damaged lift companies and other companies have spent a lot of money on Ilacktrikfikeshn vehicles while avoiding losses and start preparing for the future.


All brands of FCA, where in a few years, will go through the diesel engine, while commercial or commercial vehicles will be equipped with diesel engines. India is dominated by Fiatt in the case of diesel engines and the company provides Maltijat Fiatt engines and Tata addition models of Jeep, General Motors and Maruti Suzuki cars. It has not seen a drop in demand for diesel vehicles can be considered part of the diesel engine policy in India because of the Indian car market. We wanted FCA India to look for information in this area but received no response from the company.

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