BS6 2nd Stage is being implemented from April 1, the prices of cars will increase; What will be the effect on the bike? – News India Live
New Delhi: There are more than one powerful bikes and cars in the Indian market. If you are planning to buy a vehicle for yourself in the coming days, then this news will surprise you a bit and keep your eyes on the budget for buying a car or bike. Actually we are saying this because from April 1, 2023, their price will increase.
The reason for this is that from this date, automobile companies will manufacture cars according to BS 6-2 emission norms only. Because of this, the cost of new equipment and software will be reimbursed by the public. In such a scenario, it is being speculated that companies will make their cars costlier by up to Rs 50,000.
What will be the changes?
As per the BS VI-II emission norms, the car making bike should be equipped with devices to monitor the emission level while the vehicles are running. To check this, he will look at various parts of the equipment such as the catalytic converter and the oxygen sensor. In addition, programmed fuel injectors will also be used to control the level of fuel consumed in the vehicles. Along with this, the vehicle manufacturers will also upgrade the chip used in the vehicles.
cars will be expensive
According to the new standard, the use of new equipment and software in vehicles will increase the cost of vehicle manufacturers. Along with this, the company will also increase production rapidly. Due to which the price will increase. Even when the BS6-I emission norms were implemented on April 1, 2020, the price of the cars was hiked by up to Rs 50,000. Along with this, the price is expected to increase with the introduction of this new standard.
engine power will increase
As the price of the car and bike increases, so will the capacity of its engine. When the BS6-II emission standard is implemented, the vehicles available in the Indian market will be compliant with the Euro-6 stage emission norms. The recent changes in the emission norms are BS 4 to BS 6 and Euro 6. Let us tell you that Euro 6 emission norms were implemented in Europe in September 2014. To reduce harmful vehicular pollution, 6 emission standards were implemented.