BS IV Impact: Bajaj Motorcycles Being Sold With Big Discounts, Pulsar RS 200 Gets Rs 12,000 Off, Avenger Gets Rs 7000 Off
Since today is the last day to clear their BS III stocks, automakers are offering discounts unlike ever before.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 200. (Photo: Bajaj)
A recent Supreme Court order stated that from April 1, 2017, only those vehicles that comply with BS IV emission norms will be allowed to be sold in India. This has impacted two-wheeler manufacturers relatively more as compared to four-wheeler manufacturers largely because most of the two-wheelers that were sold were not BS IV compliant.
Since today is the last day to clear their BS III stocks, automakers are offering discounts unlike ever before. The list also includes one of the biggest two-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj Auto as dealerships are now offering discounts of up to Rs 12,000 on their popular sports-oriented Pulsar RS 200 and a discount of Rs 7000 on the Avenger.
Keep in mind, though, these discounts are being offered just for today since it is the last day that allows BS III compliant motorcycles to be sold.
There are several other discounts to look at too, you can check them all out here.
And if you want to understand what this 'Bharat Stage', or BS in short, is all about and how does this impact you, click here.
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