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Tata-Mahindra’s plan failed when ahead of Toyota, these 5 tremendous carts could not sell.

Best MPV Car: Toyota Innova is the best-selling cart of the segment since 2005. This is the reason why many companies, from Mahindra to Tata, tried to compete with Innova. Here we have brought a list of 5 such MPV cars, which came to the market, but definitely could not show their amazing.

Toyota Innova vs Tata and Mahindra: Toyota recently launched its new MPV Innova Highcross. Toyota Innova is a popular name in India and since its launch in 2005, it has been well liked by customers. This intake seater MPV is purchased from large family to commercial use. It is also the best selling car of its segment. This is the reason why many companies, from Mahindra to Tata, tried to compete with Innova. Although she failed. Here we are going to tell you the list of 5 such MPV vehicles, which came in the market, but definitely could not show their amazing. 

Chevrolet Tavera: This car was launched 1 year before Innova. It cost from 5.44 lakh rupees to 8.45 lakh rupees. It was given a 2.5 liter direct injection turbo diesel engine, which generated 79 hp and 176 Nm of torque.  The specialty of this car was that 10 people were able to sit in it. However, after coming to Innova in 2005, the customers of this car fell short and had to be discontinued in 2014. 

Mahindra Xylo: Mahindra launched Mahindra Xylo cart in the year 2009 after seeing the increasing demand for MPV trains. It used to come in two types of engine options – 2.1 liter diesel and 2.4 liter diesel. The company had fixed its price from Rs 6.62 lakh to Rs 9.62 lakh. It did not get much demand from commercial customers, yet the company continued to sell it till 2019. 

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Tata Aria: Tata also tried to enter this segment in 2010, 1 year after Mahindra and launched Tata Aria. Tata gave many features in this car that were not in any other car in the segment, such as reverse parking camera, GPS navigation, steering mounted control, cruise control etc. However, due to poor built quality and no comfort in driving, people lost their confidence in Innova. 

Tata Hexa: Tata Motors launched another MPV Tata Hexa in 2017 after Aria. It came with a premium, powerful and long features list. It had features such as automatic climate control, terrain mode, automatic transmission and all wheel drive. However, it also did not affect customers as much as Innova and the company closed it in 2020.

Mahindra Marazzo: Now Mahindra also tried one more time in the MPV segment. In 2018 the company launched Marazzo MPV. It received a 4-star safety rating from Global-NCAP and had a starting price of Rs 13.4 lakh. However, she also could not compete with Innova. 

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