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Which is the best BS6 compliant car currently sold in India?

Although the new emission norms will be complying from the 1st of April this year, many Indian automotive manufacturers have started offering BS6 compliant cars in the market.

The Domestic automotive manufacturers were under high pressure as converting a BS4 compliant car to a BS6 compliant is no joke and is a vicious cycle. Performing many experiments and tests the automotive companies have executed many changes in and outside of the vehicle. The engine or powertrain having the most number of changes.

Read more about BS6: BS6 (Bharat Stage 6) | Explained

BS6 compliant vehicles

Before about a month left for the incoming of new norms, currently many manufacturers have their offering in BS6 compliant cars. The vehicles range from the as low as 5-lacs and all the way up to the premium segments.

We have listed the best BS6 compliant vehicles in a particular price range for you. Have a look.

  1. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso

    Maruti Suzuki S-Presso | Maruti Suzuki BS4 Offers
    Maruti Suzuki S-Presso | Maruti Suzuki BS4 Offers

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    The new S-Presso is considered a mini-cross hatch. It comes with bold looks along with a decent engine. The offering from Suzuki is power by an 800CC three-cylinder unit. This was the first few cars in the market to be BS6 compliant.

  2. Tata Altroz

    Tata Altroz
    Tata Altroz

    Read More: Tata Altroz Sells Over 4,500 units in its FIRST MONTH!
    The new offering from TATA is a brand new launch which was showcased in the 2020Auto Expo. The car gets two engine options petrol and diesel, both being BS6 compliant. The Petrol being a 1.2-Litre naturally aspirated engine (85hp@6000rpm power, 113Nm@3300rpm Torque).

  3. 2020 TATA Nexon

    Tata Nexon BS6
    Tata Nexon BS6

    Read More: Tata Nexon facelift BS6 gets a more powerful engine!
    The earlier generation of Tata Nexon was a hit in the Indian market. People like the upright look and high ground clearance which gave the car a go-anywhere attitude. Now Tata has re-launched the Nexon with a new BS6 compliant engine. The new looks on the Nexon give it a bold appearance that the customers will don’t mind having in their garages. The updated 1.2-Litre turbo-petrol Revotron engine (120hp@5500rpm Power, 170Nm@1750-4000rpm) which is more powerful than before.

  4. Kia Seltos

    Kia Seltos
    Kia Seltos

    Read More: 5 Kia Seltos Rivals that Debuted at The 2020 Auto Expo
    The new Korean manufacturer came to the Indian market with a bang and success. The new offering from KIA, Seltos is the perfect combination of the whole package and is the first BS6 car offered from KIA. Considering looks, ergonomics, and performance. The KIA comes with a whole lot of engine options. The engine options vary from 1.5-Litre petrol and a diesel alongside a peppy 1.4-Litre Turbo Petrol engine. The engines being BS6 compliant.

  5. Jeep Compass

    Jeep Compass Trainhawk
    Jeep Compass Trailhwak| BS6 Compliant (Petrol only)

    Read More: Jeep Compass Facelift Spied Ahead Of Launch In India
    Jeep Compass was the offering from an American manufacturer to get a BS6 compliant engine in the premium SUV segment. Jeep Compass made a really deep impact in the Indian market with its sporty looks and best performance figures in the price point. The new compass does not get any cosmetic changes. The only updates are in the engine and prices. The Compass comes with a 1.4-Litre turbo-petrol engine (160hp power, 250Nm torque) mated to a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed DCT. In the Diesel, the car gets a 2.0-Litre turbo-diesel (170hp power, 350Nm torque). Both the engines are BS6 compliant.

Do let us know in the comment section: Which BS6 car you like the most and are planning to buy one?

Utkarsh Bhardwaj
Utkarsh Bhardwaj
Technical Content Strategist at GoMechanic | Big Time Petrolhead with the passion for building cars and driving those beauties.


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