What is Bs6 Engine
What is the difference between BS4 and BS6.
The question is how different BS-6 is compared to BS-4. So here, let us tell you that the hazardous substances causing pollution in BS-6 will be very less.
For information, let us know that the amount of sulfur in BS-4 and BS-3 fuels is up to 50 PPM, which is very dangerous for us, while in BS-6 it is reduced to only 10 PPM, that is, much less pollution. Will happen.
The mileage of new vehicles equipped with BS-6 engines will also be affected. These will give more mileage than BS-4 vehicles. No vehicle company will be able to make a false claim of mileage on the same mileage because the companies will have to follow it when the rules are implemented.
With the arrival of BS-6 trains, not only will the vehicles be better, but pollution will also be curbed to a great extent. Considering the way there are increasing number of vehicles on the roads in the country, vehicles with BS-6 engines will prove to be quite useful. If pollution is less then life will be better. If nothing else, at least you will be able to breathe freely.
Due to the expensive BS6 vehicles
The cost of vehicles equipped with BS-6 engines will also increase as the new engine for BS-6 and the cost of changing the electrical wiring will increase in it. Not only this, BS-6 will increase the engine capacity of the vehicles, which will reduce the emission.
Due to which the company will be forced to increase the price of vehicles. BS-6 trains will be 15% more expensive. Not only this, the price of BS-6 fuel (petrol-diesel) can be expensive from 1.5 to 2 rupees per liter.