What are the differences between the Hyundai Grand i10 1.2 VTVT and Hyundai Grand i10 1.2 BSIV? Please share detailed information.
By: Prakash Chander on 30 july 2016
There is no particular variant for Hyundai Grand i10 that is called the 1.2 BS IV. BS IV are basically the Bharat Stage emission norms which were introduced by the government of India to regulate the output of pollutants. According to the BS IV norms, the petrol cars have to be under CO under 1.00 g/km while the HC has to below 0.10 g/km and NOx has to be around 0.08 g/km. For diesel cars, the norms have been set at 0.50 g/km for CO, 0.25 gm/km for NOx, 0.30 g/km HC+NOx and for PM it is 0.025 g/km. Here CO stands for Carbon Monoxide, HC stands for Hydrocarbons while NOx is Nitrogen Oxide and PM is Particulate matter.
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