BS6 Emission Norms will increase car and fuel prices, but pollution levels will fall
From 1 April 2020 next year, it is mandatory for all vehicle manufacturers to provide a new emission standard BS-6 engine in their vehicles. All two wheelers and three wheeler makers have started giving BS-6 engines in their vehicles. At the same time, BS-6 fuels have been started in many cities including Delhi. If you are thinking of buying a car or bike then it would be better to buy a BS-6 standard car or bike. Do you know what the difference between bs4 and bs6 is and which cars are available in BS-6?
Bs4 vs BS6 Emission norms
BS-4 engines carry less pollution than the BS-3 engines. The smoke coming out of the vehicles of BS-4 engines gives birth to problems like eye and nose irritation, headache, infection in the lungs. At the same time, the amount of sulfur from BS-6 fuel will be less than 5 times the BS-4. These are few of difference between bs4 and bs6 fuel. Advance Emission Control System will fit in BS-6 vehicles. After implementation of BS-6, 68 percent of diesel vehicles and 25 percent from petrol cars will reduce the emission of nitrogen oxide.
If you have a BS-4 car and you put the BS-6 fuel in it
- It produces less sulfur and the PF (Particulate filter) level remains below.
- Sulfur level will be less acid and oxygen life will increase,
- Engine performance will be better.
- The use of BS-6 fuel grade increases the mileage of the car.
Companies are gradually upgrading their vehicles from BS-4 to BS-6. Where the prices of petrol cars can be increased by 10 to 15 percent, the prices of diesel cars can increase up to 2.5 million rupees.
At the same time, Maruti has recently given the BS-6 engine in its premium hatchback Baleno. Maruti has launched two separate engines in Baleno. The 1.2-liter BS-6 engine and the 1.2-liter dualjet BS-6 engine with the Smart Heat Vehicle System Both of these engines will be available in only two variants. The new 1.2-liter dualjet engine will provide a Smart Hybrid Vehicle System, which gives a torque of 118 PSs at a power of 91 PS and 6,800 rpm at 4300 rpm. This engine comes with a 5-speed manual gear box and produces more power than the current engine. But SHVS system will only be available in certain variants. The company has kept the price of the new Baleno from Rs 5.58 lakh to Rs 8.9 lakh.
Toyota Glenza is actually a re-engineered version of Maruti Baleno. It will be Toyota’s badge instead of Suzuki. This premium hatchback will be launched on June 6. Both models will look the same, only the front will have a new chrome finishing grill. Glenza will have alloy wheels in Baleno. Glenza will have an interior of Baleno and features such as Touch screen Infotainment System, Climate Control, Keyless Entry, Push Button Start. Glenza will be launched with two trims and a 3 year warranty. It will get a manual gearbox with a 1.2-liter BS-6 petrol engine. Its price will be between 8 to 9.5 lakh rupees.