The BS6 emission norms are coming into force from 1st April 2020 in India. The sale and purchase of BS4 bikes would cease once the deadline ends. The new norms are forcing the major motorcycle manufacturers in the Indian market to offer heavy discounts on BS4 models in order to clear their existing stock. The 2-wheeler companies having unsold BS4 stock are lined up with schemes, offers, and discounts to attract the buyers.
The Honda Activa is one of the highest-selling scooters in India with its BS6 compliant model now costing Rs 8,000 more than its BS4 counterpart. The CB1000R is powered by a 998cc inline four-cylinder engine churning out 143.4 bhp of maximum power output and 104Nm of peak torque.
Hero MotoCorp is offering cash discounts of up to Rs 10,000 on BS4 scooters while the BS4 compliant motorcycles discounts go as high as Rs 15,000.
BS4 compliant Suzuki Gixxer SF250 is available in 2 variants at its lowest price ever for Indian buyers.
Bajaj has been clearing its BS4 inventory for a while now and dealerships have been stocking BS6 compliant motorcycles for a while now. You have to get in touch with the Bajaj authorized dealerships to get the information about any prevailing discounts on BS4 bikes.
Currently, there are no discounts available on the Royal Enfield motorcycles.
Currently, most dealerships are reporting unavailability of BS4 compliant RR310 but there are discounts available on Star City, Apache RTR 160 and NTorq.
Piaggio Scooters are offering discounts to the tune of Rs 12,000 on both Aprilia and Vespa Scooters.
Yamaha India is offering good discounts on BS4 compliant Yamaha Saluto 125, 110cc Alpha, Ray, and Fascino models.
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