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Independence Day 2022: These 5 cars changed the Indian auto market, this SUV is still creating panic

Historic Cars: It has been 75 years since the country got independence. India is celebrating its 76th Independence Day. The happiness of Independence Day is seen scattered all over the country. On this occasion, let’s do some old things. In this article, we will tell you about 5 historical cars that changed the course of the Indian auto market.

Historic Cars In Indian Auto Market: It has been 75 years since the country got independence. India is celebrating its 76th Independence Day. The happiness of Independence Day is seen scattered all over the country. On this occasion, let’s do some old things. In this article, we will tell you about 5 historical cars that changed the course of the Indian auto market. These cars are such, which gave a new identity to the Indian automobile industry and left their mark on the hearts of the people. One of these SUVs is still among the people and people also like it very much. This is Mahindra’s Scorpio, which was first launched in 2002. However, the Ambassador car, once considered to be a ride of pride, is no longer among the masses.

Hindustan Motors Ambassador 

The Ambassador car of Hindustan Motors was launched in 1958, which later came to be bought as a status symbol. You must have also seen it near government offices, officials, ambassadors, businessmen and leaders. Keeping it in your house was considered no less than a matter of pride. However, now this car has been discontinued. Hindustan Motors stopped its production in 2014.

Maruti 800

Maruti 800 is the car that revolutionized the Indian auto market. This car fulfilled the dream of a large population of India to travel in a car. It was launched in 1983. It ruled the Indian car market for 30 years but then it was discontinued in 2014. However, the company has retained the ‘800’ brand value and the Auto800 is currently being sold.

Hyundai Santro

Korean auto company Hyundai launched its Centro in 1997. As a family car, it attracted a lot of people. This car was well received in the hatchback segment. However, the company later discontinued it and then when it was launched again, its magic was over. Now the company has closed it again.

Honda City

Hatchback cars were followed by premium sedans, in which the Honda City was quite popular. Honda City made its mark in premium sedans. It was first launched in India in 1998. Now the company has recently also launched its hybrid version, which costs around Rs 19.5 lakh.

Mahindra Scorpio

Mahindra Scorpio was launched in 2002. Mahindra took a big risk by launching it but people liked it so much that Mahindra’s risk taking became successful. This gave Mahindra a distinct identity. It is still present in the market. The company has recently introduced Mahindra Scorpio Classic.

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