“We will raise Amaze prices by up to ₹12,000 effective April 1 to take into account the increase in production costs due to the upcoming stricter emissions standards,” Honda Cars India Vice President Marketing & Sales Kunal Behl told PTI.
The company would not change the prices of its City mid-size saloon, he added.
The Indian automotive industry is currently working to bring its products to the second phase of
From April 1, vehicles must have a self-diagnostic device on board to monitor real-time driving emission levels.
The device constantly monitors key components to meet emission standards, such as the catalytic converter and oxygen sensors to closely monitor emissions.
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