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Myth: BS6 compliant cars cannot run on BS4 fuel
Fact: Being fuel agnostic, you can drive Maruti Suzuki BS6 petrol vehicles on BS4 fuel as well. However, BS6 diesel vehicles cannot run on BS4 diesel.
Myth: BS6 engines continue with the same emission levels
Fact: With 25% reduced emissions in petrol variants, Maruti Suzuki’s BS6 compliant vehicles are more environment friendly.
Myth: Can a BS6 petrol vehicle run on BS4 fuel?
Fact: Yes, all Maruti Suzuki BS6 compliant petrol vehicles are tested to run seamlessly on BS4 as well as BS6 petrol.
Myth: BS6 compliant vehicles are not available for sale
Fact: Not at all! Maruti Suzuki, India’s leading passenger vehicle manufacturer, has a range of 8 BS6 compliant petrol vehicles. Take your pick from Alto 800, WagonR (1.2 L), Swift, Baleno, Dzire, Ertiga, XL6 and the latest S-Presso.
Myth: OEMs are yet to launch BS6 compliant vehicles
Fact: Not at all! Maruti Suzuki has a range of 8 BS6 compliant petrol vehicles. The first BS6 compliant vehicle- Baleno was introduced almost one year before the government timeline. Take your pick from Alto 800, WagonR (1.2 L), Swift, Baleno, Dzire, Ertiga, XL6 and the latest S-Presso.
Myth: BS6 vehicles are very expensive
Facts: New technology that is environment friendly has a cost. Maruti Suzuki petrol BS6 cars reflect that you care for the future, for the environment, and target latest technology. A marginal price increase surely offsets the advantages.
Myth: Only limited options of BS6 vehicles are available currently
Fact: Head to NEXA and ARENA showrooms near you, Maruti Suzuki has a range of 8 BS6 compliant models across car segments.
Myth: The resale value of a BS6 car will remain unchanged
Fact: BS6 petrol car is technologically advanced. It is the technology that will be driven in future. Surely, the resale value of BS6 vehicles will be much better.
Myth: Automobile manufacturers have limited range of BS6 compliant vehicles
Fact: Maruti Suzuki is the only company with a range of 8 petrol vehicles compliant with the BS6 norms.