News By/Courtesy: Rajnish Suman | 14 May 2019 23:57pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Honda plans on upgrading its two diesel engines which power models like Honda Amaze, City etc
  • By this decision Honda becomes the second company to decide against the BS-VI norms
  • Honda will upgrade it according to the new norms of BS-VI

Honda, the Japanese automobile maker has decided to keep on making diesel engine vehicles, against the BS-VI norms. The company’s senior official said that the company has decided to upgrade its two diesel engines to make them as per the BS-VI norms. The official said that the engine designs powering models such as the Honda Amaze, CR-V, etc. will not be closed for production but will be modified as per the new norms of the BS-VI. Maruti Suzuki took everyone by surprise when it announced that the company will not manufacture diesel variants of the vehicle in India from 2020. But Honda made it very clear that the company won’t stop manufacturing the diesel variants, but will upgrade it according to the new norms of BS-VI. The auto major plans to start rolling out models with upgraded BS-VI engines in both petrol and diesel from the fourth quarter of this fiscal. According to the company, there is nearly 20% of the customers that make their choices emotionally to choose a vehicle of a particular fuel type. The company made sure that they are determined to take care of even this small percentage of the customers and that it won’t let any of their customer’s demand down.

Section Editor: Puja Jakhar | 15 May 2019 0:05am IST


Tags : #Honda #BSVI #Diesel #Dieselcars #HondaDieselCars

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