India - Heavy Duty Vehicles

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Responsibility for emissions legislation, in India, lies with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH). Indian emissions standards have the name "Bharat" which is Hindi for "India" and are largely equivalent to EU standards, though with a significant time lag behind those of the EU. Current standards are at Bharat Stage IV (equivalent to Euro IV). Bharat Stage VI emissions standards have been published and will apply to all vehicles manufactured from 1 April 2020.

 

Emissions standards introduction schedule

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Bharat Stage IV

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Emissions limits

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Durability requirements

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Test procedures

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On-board diagnostics

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Bharat Stage VI

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Overview

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Emissions limits

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Durability requirements

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PEMS demonstration test

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In-service conformity testing

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On-board diagnostics

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Commercial and reference fuels

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Historical Data

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Bharat Stage III

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Bharat Stage II

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From 1992

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References

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Last update: 26/09/2019