As we have entered 2020, there are many updates that are going to be seen in the Indian Automotive market. One major update is the implementation of BS 6 emission norms which will fall into place from the 1st of April 2020. Most of the manufacturers have already started launching their BS 6 compliant vehicles and many of the models and variants are also going to be discontinued.
Today we will be having a look at the BS6 Compliant cars to be Launched in India in Year 2020
The Glanza is the rebadged version of the Baleno which comes powered by Maruti Suzuki’s 1.2 litre Dualjet petrol engine that is loaded with the company's Smart Hybrid technology. This hatchback is based on the top trim levels of the Baleno and it comes with additional warranty from Toyota.
Toyota took the sedan segment by a storm with the launch of the Yaris and it comes loaded with many first in segment features. These features include roof mounted air vents, ambient lighting, electrically powered drivers seat, paddle shifts, sonar display and the base variants get seven airbags. Under the hood of the Yaris is a 1.5 litre petrol engine that produces 106 bhp of power and 140Nm of twist. This petrol mill will be matted with a six speed manual transmission and an option of a seven speed CVT automatic gearbox.
3. Innova Crysta
Right from its launch back in 2004, the Innova has been one of the most loved MPVs in the Indian market. In all these years, this MPV has been offered with two minor updates and one major update with which it is now known as the Innova Crysta. To comply with the BS 6 emission norms, Toyota will be offering the Innova Crysta with aftermarket treatment such as Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and the addition of AdBlue tank to reduce the overall tailpipe emissions.
The Toyota Fortuner won't see any changes in the engine line up as well as there won't be any changes to the transmission as well. Just like the Innova crysta, even the Fortuner will be offered with aftermarket treatment to the current BS 4 compliant engines. These treatments include the use of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and the addition of AdBlue tank to reduce the overall tailpipe emissions.
5. Camry Hybrid
Powering the Camry Hybrid is a 2.5-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine that generates 176bhp of power and 221 Nm of torque. In addition to this, as we know that this luxury sedan is a hybrid car, the petrol engine is also combined with an electric motor that helps to boost up the power upto 220 bhp. Along with this the electric motor also helps in getting the car in motion and also gets the start and stop feature during traffic like conditions.
The Prius is one of the most famous all electric vehicles in the globe. It is available on sale in the Indian market and it makes its way on the Indian soil via the CBU route. Hence this makes the already heavy price electric car more costlier. With the growing competition in the electric segment in India, there could be chances for Toyota to work out on this model in the future as well.
Toyota will be discontinuing the Etios, Etios Liva and the Corolla Altis owing to the implementation of BS 6 emission norms. The Japanese car manufacturer has taken the decision to discontinue the Corolla Altis due to slow sales number, even though this D segment sedan has a hybrid engine. In addition to this, Toyota has also made a decision to discontinue small diesel engines across its range of models.
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