Bs Iv Emission Norms


'Bs Iv Emission Norms' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Honda CBR250R, CBR150R Sales Temporarily Halted

    Honda CBR250R, CBR150R Sales Temporarily Halted

    Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has stopped sales of the Honda CBR150R and the Honda CBR250R motorcycles. The two models have already been taken off the company's website and are no longer available on sale, although they haven't been discontinued. HMSI officials said that the two motorcycles are yet to be upgraded to meet the Bharat Stag...

  • TVS Phoenix Discontinued In India

    TVS Phoenix Discontinued In India

    The TVS Phoenix was not doing as well as TVS wanted it to and therefore, it has finally discontinued the Phoenix in India, once the BS IV emission norms came into play on 1 April, 2017. The Phoenix made its debut in October 2012 and did decently well upon launch, with TVS positioning it as the successor to the old Victor 125 model.

  • 'Right to Life More Important Than Commercial Interests': Supreme Court Upholds BS IV Deadline

    'Right to Life More Important Than Commercial Interests': Supreme Court Upholds BS IV Deadline

    The Supreme Court has ruled that no registration or sale will be allowed on any BS III compatible vehicle from April 1 2017. Saying that public health concerns overrule all other considerations, the apex court has stated, 'Even though the numbers of unsold stock of BS III (vehicles) is small, keeping in view of public health concerns commercial int...

  • Supreme Court Might Levy Additional Cost For Sale Of BS III Vehicles After 31st March

    Supreme Court Might Levy Additional Cost For Sale Of BS III Vehicles After 31st March

    Bharat Stage IV (BS-IV) emission norms are all set to be enforced from the 1st of April 2017.

  • 2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 First Ride Review

    2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 First Ride Review

    Apart from the updates to meet BS IV emission norms, the engine remains the same, the overall silhouette remains the same, although there are a few minor aesthetic changes to differentiate it from the earlier Pulsar 200NS.

  • Honda Two Wheelers Rolls Out 50th Lakh CB Shine; Launches 2017 BS IV Model

    Honda Two Wheelers Rolls Out 50th Lakh CB Shine; Launches 2017 BS IV Model

    Come April 2017 and all two-wheelers that will be sold in India have to be BS IV compliant and get the auto headlamp on (AHO) as a standard feature. Keeping that in mind, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched the 2017 model of the CB Shine which conforms to BS IV emission norms and also gets the auto headlamp feature as well.

  • Prices Will Soar By Up To Rs 1,000 With Emission Norms: Honda Motorcycle

    Prices Will Soar By Up To Rs 1,000 With Emission Norms: Honda Motorcycle

    Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) expects prices of its products across variants to increase between Rs 400 and Rs 1,000 when the Bharat Stage IV (BS IV) emission norms come into effect in 2017.

'Bs Iv Emission Norms' - 3 Video Result(s)

'Bs Iv Emission Norms' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Honda CBR250R, CBR150R Sales Temporarily Halted

    Honda CBR250R, CBR150R Sales Temporarily Halted

    Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has stopped sales of the Honda CBR150R and the Honda CBR250R motorcycles. The two models have already been taken off the company's website and are no longer available on sale, although they haven't been discontinued. HMSI officials said that the two motorcycles are yet to be upgraded to meet the Bharat Stag...

  • TVS Phoenix Discontinued In India

    TVS Phoenix Discontinued In India

    The TVS Phoenix was not doing as well as TVS wanted it to and therefore, it has finally discontinued the Phoenix in India, once the BS IV emission norms came into play on 1 April, 2017. The Phoenix made its debut in October 2012 and did decently well upon launch, with TVS positioning it as the successor to the old Victor 125 model.

  • 'Right to Life More Important Than Commercial Interests': Supreme Court Upholds BS IV Deadline

    'Right to Life More Important Than Commercial Interests': Supreme Court Upholds BS IV Deadline

    The Supreme Court has ruled that no registration or sale will be allowed on any BS III compatible vehicle from April 1 2017. Saying that public health concerns overrule all other considerations, the apex court has stated, 'Even though the numbers of unsold stock of BS III (vehicles) is small, keeping in view of public health concerns commercial int...

  • Supreme Court Might Levy Additional Cost For Sale Of BS III Vehicles After 31st March

    Supreme Court Might Levy Additional Cost For Sale Of BS III Vehicles After 31st March

    Bharat Stage IV (BS-IV) emission norms are all set to be enforced from the 1st of April 2017.

  • 2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 First Ride Review

    2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 First Ride Review

    Apart from the updates to meet BS IV emission norms, the engine remains the same, the overall silhouette remains the same, although there are a few minor aesthetic changes to differentiate it from the earlier Pulsar 200NS.

  • Honda Two Wheelers Rolls Out 50th Lakh CB Shine; Launches 2017 BS IV Model

    Honda Two Wheelers Rolls Out 50th Lakh CB Shine; Launches 2017 BS IV Model

    Come April 2017 and all two-wheelers that will be sold in India have to be BS IV compliant and get the auto headlamp on (AHO) as a standard feature. Keeping that in mind, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched the 2017 model of the CB Shine which conforms to BS IV emission norms and also gets the auto headlamp feature as well.

  • Prices Will Soar By Up To Rs 1,000 With Emission Norms: Honda Motorcycle

    Prices Will Soar By Up To Rs 1,000 With Emission Norms: Honda Motorcycle

    Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) expects prices of its products across variants to increase between Rs 400 and Rs 1,000 when the Bharat Stage IV (BS IV) emission norms come into effect in 2017.

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