Due to the pandemic and the extending lockdown phase, most of the motorcycle brands are going to launch their BS6 compliant version until the end of 2020.
As per different sources and news, autonmobile.com comes up with the latest bikes news in India. The news stated that Indian motorcycle brand is not ready for launching any new BS6 compliant engines or models in the country. The roundabout expectation with the rise of the new update has got the probability only by the end of 2020.
Most of the companies are unable to launch the BS6 compliant engines as there has been an unexpected delay in the testing as well as development processes. The increasing days of lockdown and COVID-19 have also impacted the manufacturing of the units at the same time.
Though as per the government norms, all the vehicles produced in the market should follow the BS6 norms applicable right from 1st April 2020. Major auto brands did keep their models lined up following the norms and regulation. They also served the purpose ahead of the deadline period.
But the motorcycle companies had to undergo a hefty situation as they are completely dependent on the CBU (completely built-up unit). The launch of the bike is only possible once all the factors for manufacturing, development and testing is completely done. The assembly for the same does not have any sources right here in the country.
Due to this, even luxury brands like Ducati has been unsuccessful in launching the BS6 compliant versions in the Indian market. Again, on the other hand, there might be good news for some bike enthusiasts as some of the renowned brands are all set to bring forth their BS6 models from July 2020.
Indian motorcycle brands have not aced any strategy for the coming months as they have fewer products to retailers. The brands are looking forward to retailing its pre-registered BS4 compliant motorbikes at discounted tags until the stocks are over.
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Meanwhile, Suzuki Motorbike India has launched some BS6 compliant engines but mostly are at a halt due to the present condition. Suzuki has launched the trailer of the V-Strom 650 XT BS6 version before but due to the pandemic and the extreme conditions, the launch has been delayed completely.
Utsha Roy is an aspiring writer who has been gaining knowledge on various genres. Delving into the different cars and gadget news, she has also engaged herself into showcasing latest vehicles and gadgets news and reviews over Autonmobiles.com
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