New Delhi: Automobile companies have breathed some relief. Because, the entire region was in dilemma over the sale of 40 thousand two-wheeler and four-wheelers across the state, but now BS-40 vehicles will be able to sell by 30 March. Out of 40 thousand vehicles, 75 percent are vehicles. Two-wheelers and 25 percent are four-wheelers. Manishraj Singhania, president of RADA, said the automobile sector was relieved due to the extension of the date. Special offers were being given to consumers in BS-4 vehicles, now people will also be able to take advantage of the festive season. In which customers will get new gifts in BS-4 model.
Now BS-4 vehicles will be registered in the state by 30 March. Also, registration documents of BS-4 vehicles can be submitted to the RTO office by 31 March. After the order, BS-6 has been made mandatory from 1 April. Pollution from this standard vehicle is expected to be extremely low. Keeping this in mind, now auto companies are launching BS-6 vehicles.
It is important to mention that after the introduction of BS-6, there will not be much difference between petrol and diesel cars due to pollution. In which nitrogen oxide emissions will be reduced by 68 percent from diesel cars and 25 percent from petrol cars. In addition, PM emissions from diesel cars are expected to be reduced by 80 percent. At the same time, during the decision to implement the BS-6 standards, many customers became confused and began to wait until 1 April 2020 to buy a new car. Not only this, the dealers are also worried about ending their remaining stock of BS-4. To remove this doubt, customers’ questions are being answered.