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From the ICCT Blogs

Making Bharat VI affordable
India is considering making a jump from Bharat IV directly to Bharat VI emissions standards. There are some concerns about cost. One effective way to answer them would be to establish a national HDV scrappage program.
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Which vehicle emissions test cycle is most demanding?
Even though it’s a simple enough question, it has no simple answer, since the new conversion factors vary with vehicle efficiency and are different for gasoline and diesel engines. However, in our comparison of the cycles a few patterns have emerged.  
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Big cars, bigger troubles
India’s increase in the excise duty and absence of LCV fuel-efficiency standards may lead some manufacturers to categorize some models as LCVs to avoid the fuel-efficiency standards. 
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