Indian auto maker Bajaj Auto has stated that its entire product portfolio which will be sold in the domestic market are compliant with the new BS-IV emission norms.
The Pune-based firm said that all its motorcycle, three-wheelers and quadricycle brands manufactured at its production facilities for domestic sales are now compliant with the BS-IV emission norm.
In a statement, Bajaj Auto President (Motorcycle) Eric Vas said, "We are proud to have achieved this clean emission milestone well ahead of the stipulated date of March 31, 2017)."
Currently, India follows the BS-III emission norms for two-wheelers. All new two-wheeler models started complying with BS-IV emission norms from April 2016.
Whereas the existing models would comply with the new BS-IV emission norms from April 2017 on a pan-India basis.
Bajaj has already updated its Pulsar brand with the new BS-IV engine. The 2017 range of Pulsar motorcycles were recently launched with the updated engine and few cosmetic upgrades.
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