Say Good-Bye To BS-4 Motorcycles: Know about BS6

Say Good-Bye To BS-4 Motorcycles because of the all companies are launching the BS-6 compliant engine. So the 10 motorcycles are part of the Indian motorcycling history. And you can’t buy these company bikes anymore. The BS-6 Compliant engines have come to the market from 1 April 2020. The statement of the Supreme court has said that only 10 percent of the BS-4 Vehicle permits to register for 10 days. Company changing the emission from BS4 to BS6 because of the new emission regulation. In the older bikes, they come with carbureted engines. And then company changes into electronic fuel injection along with catalytic converters. The Updated BS6 models are high in prices across Rs- 7,000 to 12,000 depending on the brands and models.

But some companies are decided to do away with BS4 motorcycles because of the less significant volume of sales. The sad news for the customers is that these bikes are not available on sale in the BS6 Era. Here look at 10 bikes that are now in motorcycle history.

1. Suzuki Hayabussa

As we all know about the mighty Hayabussa this is not a bike it a dream of all the bikers and Youtubers. The Japanese company pause the production of the Hayabussa. The Hayabussa comes with 1340cc of engine that produces 197 Bhp of max power and 155Nm of peak torque. This is a dual cylinder engine wihich is mated with 6-speed transmission.The Hayabussa goes the top speed of 300Kmph and 100kmph in just 4 sec. The weight of this super bike is about 266Kg and the pricing of this bike is Rs. 13.74 Lakhs onwards (ex-showroom Delhi). But not to worry in Auto Expo 2020 The mighty Hayabussa was showcase for sure.

2. Say Good-Bye To BS-4 Motorcycles. Honda CBR 250R

Honda CBR 250R is one of the most iconic bike in India. But due to the hard competitors like- KTM and Yamaha, the sale of the CBR is very less and loses the chunk from the market. So, the Honda Company decided to not give this bike a BS6 update. This bike comes with 250cc- single-cylinder sports bike which produces 26 Bhp of power and 23 Nm of torque and a top speed of 135 kmph. Many of the YouTubers say that this is the best bike in the way of handling and power but the competitor is giving more than this bike not even the comfort like CBR 250R.

3. Royal-Enfield Classic 500

Classic 500 is discontinued the company stopped the production of the Royal-Enfield Classic 500 because of the fewer sales and thee fewer chunks in the market. Talking about classic series is the best selling series of RE but not 500, the 350 classic is the major one which holds the market. Because the RE classic 350 comes with single-channel ABS and Dual-channel ABS options. The Classic 500 came with a 499cc single-cylinder engine which produces 27.3 of power and 41.3 Nm of peak torque. But now it is a part of motorcycle history.

4. Royal-Enfield Thunderbird 500

Thunderbird 500 is the most favorable bike for all the riders, youngsters, and YouTubers because of the best riding postures. This bike is for those who go for a long drive but the RE company discontinues. Because the RE company launches the RE thunderbird X which holds the market. So the chunk of the thunderbird 500 is gone. Talking about the thunderbird 500 was comes with a 499cc engine that produces 27.2 Bhp of power and 41.3 Nm of torque. The Thunderbird 500 is best in class but the thunderbird X holds the position of 500. But the Thunderbird segment is value for money.

5. Bajaj Discover

The Bajaj Discover comes with many variants like- 100, 125, 135, and 150cc. Discover is known for its simplicity and some features. But the recent two bikes like 110cc and 125cc bike is discontinued because Bajaj works on all the bikes leaving these two. The Bajaj discontinues many bikes like 100, 125ST, 150F, 100M, etc. These bikes are not available anymore because the competitor company giving more at this Price Point. But Discover is known for its fuel economy.

6. Say Good-Bye To BS-4 Motorcycles. Yamaha Fazer 25

The Japanese company launches many sports bikes like- R15, FZ, etc but the Fazer is not able to attract the Indian Customers in terms of design. It was launched 3 years ago but the customers not given the attention because of the ugly looks of the bike. In terms of the design, the R15 is far better than the Fazer 25. At this price point, FZ25 gives more attention. So, The company decided to discontinue this bike.

7. Yamah Saluto RX

Another Yamaha bike discontinues because in this segment Hero, Honda, and Bajaj giving lots more as compared to Yamaha. So, the customers like these companies most that’s why Yamaha company decided to launch the best bike at this price point. So, Yamaha discontinued Saluto RX.

8. Yamaha Saluto 125. Say Good-Bye To BS-4 Motorcycles

Again Yamaha discontinues Saluto 125 because the other company motorcycle is better than Saluto 125. The customers are believing in Honda, Hero, and Bajaj. The impression of this bike is not that great. This is another motorcycle is going to the dark. Yamaha is best for sports and superbikes.

9. Honda Navi

This a crossover between Scooter and bike which not give a better impression in the market. XL Heavy Duty is far better than this Honda Navi. One interesting thing for this scooter is that it is a very famous scooter on the America side. But the Honda Navi is discontinued in India.

10. Hero Xtreme 200

Hero Motocorp not listed the hero Xtreme 200 because in the same platform Hero Xpulse 200, and the Xtreme 200R is far better than the Xtreme 200. Meanwhile, the Xtreme 200S is the full faired variant that is liked by Indian Customers. So Xtreme 200 is discontinued at least now.

So these are the bikes which are discontinue from the Indian market.

Pratish Anand

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