Due to Coronavirus, not only India, many countries around the world are going through lock-down, in such a situation, the launch of many trains has been postponed, in such a situation, there is news that after the lock-down is over, the price of the trains Reduction may occur Yes, BSVI may force automobile companies to reduce the price of vehicles after the lockdown is lifted. According to industry experts, there may be pressure on them to keep the price of most BSVI trains at par with BSIV trains. He says that for automobile companies preparing to shift to new emission norms from April 1, the month of March may be unusable due to Kovid 19.
Many companies started selling BSVI trains from January itself. It had decided to put the burden of Rs 80,000 on the diesel vehicle in the price hike of the new Emission Standard trains and lift the remaining Rs 70,000 on its own. It is clear that if the market wants, then every automobile manufacturing company will have to reduce the price of vehicles with BSVI standard. The country's largest car manufacturing company introduced vehicles with BSVI Norm only in April 2019. Their prices were 8,000-11,000 rupees more than the price of BSIV trains. Now it is to see how much the price decreases and what will be its effect in the auto market.