Bajaj bikes, 3-wheelers conform to BS-IV emission norms
The entire product range of Bajaj Auto, including motorcycles and 3-wheelers meant for domestic sales, now conform to BS-IV emission standards.
The Pune-based company said all its motorcycles, 3-wheelers and quadricycle brands being manufactured at its plants for domestic sales are now BS-IV compliant.
“We are proud to have achieved this clean emission milestone well ahead of the stipulated date of March 31, 2017,” Bajaj Auto Ltd President (Motorcycle), Eric Vas, said in a statement. Currently, India follows BS-III emission norms for 2- wheelers. From April 2016, all new 2-wheeler models started complying with BS-IV emission norms, and the existing models would comply with BSIV emission norms from April 2017, on an all-India basis.