In what could be sad news for entry-level car enthusiasts, reports are making the rounds that the Tata Nano could soon be phased out of the Indian market. With only one unit being produced in June, 2018, it could be the end of the road for this middle-class dream. Though the company maintained that no decision has been taken yet on stopping its production, only three units of Nano were sold in June in the domestic market.
Like the Tata Nano, many popular cars ruled the Indian streets in the 80s, 90s and the early 2000s’. Here a look some of the cars which India loved, but had to be phased out on account of many practical reasons and company decisions.
Source: Company websites, Automobile sites, Wikipedia