Posted by admin | 30 September 2020| Blog, Branding

India has shifted to BS6 norms and it is the diesel cars which got a bit expensive when compared with BS4 models. In addition, diesel cars now get a DEF filter which is to be filled every 10,000 – 15,000 km service interval. The diesel exhaust fluid or the DEF helps in reducing the amount...

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Posted by admin | 26 September 2020| Blog, Branding

‘Diesel exhaust fluid will only marginally alter cost as it’s part of regular servicing’ Automobile companies in India have launched vehicles with BS-VI engines to adhere to the April 1 deadline for introducing new emission norms. In an interaction with BusinessLine, Vikram Gulati, Senior Vice-President, External Affairs, Toyota Kirloskar Ltd shares details about the changes...

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Posted by admin | 24 April 2020| Blog, Branding

BS6 exhaust emission norms hype is at its peak with the launch just around a couple of weeks ahead. Automotive manufacturers in India are doing their part in making the sudden new BS6 norms change possible. Though there was 3-years of time between the BS4 and BS6 norms but the gap made the trouble even...

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Carmakers — and car owners — could soon feel the impact of the coronavirus
Posted by admin | 12 March 2020| Blog, Branding

The shutdown is also likely to hurt production of electric vehicles in India Most of these manufacturers are now looking at alternate sources to replace Chinese suppliers NEW DELHI: The current lockdown in China due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19 may hit production of Bharat Stage VI-compliant vehicles critically in the...

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Posted by admin | 16 January 2020| Blog, Branding

As the Indian automotive industry transitions to BS6 emission standards, here is a 3d animated video from Renault that shows what manufacturers will have to do in order to meet the norms.In order to provide cleaner motor cars, the Indian automotive industry is moving towards reducing tailpipe emissions of vehicles. Therefore, as the government has...

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Posted by admin | 05 January 2020| Blog, Branding

The Innova Crysta is available with a 2.4-litre, 2.8-litre diesel and a 2.7-litre petrol unit. Toyota offers the Fortuner with a 2.8-litre diesel and 2.7-litre petrol engine. Recently, the Yaris received an update which saw its prices shoot up by Rs 11,000. Expect the BS6 SUV and MPV to launch within this month. We had...

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Posted by admin | 20 December 2019| Blog, Branding

Federation of Automobile Dealers Association says most manufacturers will start making vehicles with the latest emission norms only by end-February, which means they’ll be stuck with previous models. NEW DELHI : India’s automobile dealers face an existential crisis next year, an industry body said. Dealers in the South Asian nation may go out of business if...

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Posted by admin | 30 November 2019| Blog, Branding

FASTag mandatory for all vehicles from Dec 15: Here’s how to buy, activate it FASTag device, which comes under the National Electronic Toll Collection (NETC) program, is designed to employ Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to make toll payments directly while the vehicle is in motion. FASTag (RFID Tag) will be affixed on the windscreen...

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Posted by admin | 22 September 2019| Blog, Branding

In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling to implement BS-VI fuel norms by 1st April, 2020, we explain what is BS-VI and how does it differ from the earlier emission norms? The Supreme Court of India has ruled that no Bharat Stage IV vehicle shall be sold across the country with effect from April...

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Posted by admin | 07 September 2019| Blog, Branding

India will shift to Bharat Stage Six (BS VI) vehicular emission norms by April 1, 2020 from BS IV. The Supreme Court had ordered all car makers to shift to the cleaner BS VI norms, skipping BS V. The Central Pollution Control Board sets BS standards based on European emission norms. Since their introduction in...

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