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  • Q. Is Hyundai venue a BS VI compliant car?

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 2 months ago

    This whole talk about transition from BS4 to BS6 and the sudden depreciation of car price is totally misplaced. Even today people are driving BS1 cars (remember the good old Maruti 800) you will still spot them on road. Did it lead to its value getting eroded?First of all the most important change is going to be in the fuel quality, particularly diesel. BS6 compliant diesel will have very less sulphur content. This could be a problem for BS4 diesel cars which will have to use either bs4 diesel or use BS6 DIESEL with additive for lubrication of engine.There isn't much difference between BS4 and BS6 petrol quality.Yes compliance to BS6 norms becomes very expensive for small sized diesel engines making them impractical value wise. So most of the companies would stop manufacturing diesel cars with less than 2000 cc.So if you want to buy a small diesel car then now is the time. And you'll get good discounts. If you want to buy a petrol car it is immaterial if you buy now or later. Buy later you may not get discounts and as such BS6 petrol engines will be costlier than BS4 ENGINES.Only saving grace could be if the govt. reduces GST on BS6 cars. Old cars will continue to trade in second hand markets without any restrictions.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    @ Raja | Hello, I'm planning to buy venue. Please suggest me an engine option on bs4 perspective. Will it be any depreciation or maintenace issue with bs4 engines in futureThanks for the helpRaja

    Hyundai Venue is a good option if you are looking for a compact-SUV with macho looks, a handful of feature and top quality interiors at a very competitive price. Hyundai offers the Venue with multiple powertrains, rich features and top-notch safety features. As for the maintenance, as happened in the past when BS-III engines were updated to the BS-IV standards, there were no such issues with the maintenance of the BS-III cars. Also, the depreciation is charged as per the wear & tear of the car, insurance claimed and the physical condition of the car. Read more: Hyundai Venue Review: First Drive

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    Sekar
    Sekar | 2 months ago

    @ Abhishek | This whole talk about transition from BS4 to BS6 and the sudden depreciation of car price is totally misplaced. Even today people are driving BS1 cars (remember the good old Maruti 800) you will still spot them on road. Did it lead to its value getting eroded?First of all the most important change is going to be in the fuel quality, particularly diesel. BS6 compliant diesel will have very less sulphur content. This could be a problem for BS4 diesel cars which will have to use either bs4 diesel or use BS6 DIESEL with additive for lubrication of engine.There isn't much difference between BS4 and BS6 petrol quality.Yes compliance to BS6 norms becomes very expensive for small sized diesel engines making them impractical value wise. So most of the companies would stop manufacturing diesel cars with less than 2000 cc.So if you want to buy a small diesel car then now is the time. And you'll get good discounts. If you want to buy a petrol car it is immaterial if you buy now or later. Buy later you may not get discounts and as such BS6 petrol engines will be costlier than BS4 ENGINES.Only saving grace could be if the govt. reduces GST on BS6 cars. Old cars will continue to trade in second hand markets without any restrictions.

    I'm planning to buy Brezza, after reading this I'm in a dilemma.Should I buy venue petrol over brezza considering both car is of same price?Will brezza cost me more in terms of maintenance in long run? Kindly clarify

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    @ Sriram | Are you 100% positive about this

    Yes, Hyundai Venue, as of now, is available with the BSIV compliant engines only but will be getting updated to the BSVI-compliant petrol and diesel engine before the implementation of upcoming emission norms.

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    Raja
    Raja | 4 months ago

    @ Zigwheels | All the engine options powering the Venue are BS IV compliant.

    Hello, I'm planning to buy venue. Please suggest me an engine option on bs4 perspective. Will it be any depreciation or maintenace issue with bs4 engines in futureThanks for the helpRaja

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    Zorawar
    Zorawar | 1 month ago

    @ sekar | I'm planning to buy Brezza, after reading this I'm in a dilemma.Should I buy venue petrol over brezza considering both car is of same price?Will brezza cost me more in terms of maintenance in long run? Kindly clarify

    Yes Brezza maintenence is higher check car dekho for maintenence if both the car u ll find difference

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    Anuj
    Anuj | 4 months ago

    @ Seth | Should we buy bs4 venue or any other car or wait for bs6 to retain car value n depreciation

    I thitwe should wait till Jan-feb 2020, till then most of the companies would have launched their bsvi car and We can expect good discount on bsiv varient

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    PUBG
    PUBG | 4 months ago

    @ Zigwheels | Hyundai Venue is a good option if you are looking for a compact-SUV with macho looks, a handful of feature and top quality interiors at a very competitive price. Hyundai offers the Venue with multiple powertrains, rich features and top-notch safety features. As for the maintenance, as happened in the past when BS-III engines were updated to the BS-IV standards, there were no such issues with the maintenance of the BS-III cars. Also, the depreciation is charged as per the wear & tear of the car, insurance claimed and the physical condition of the car. Read more: Hyundai Venue Review: First Drive

    There's nothing Macho about this. It just screams of desperate cost cutting and i could't afford a better SUV so i compromised with this.

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    Mruduvachan
    Mruduvachan | 5 months ago

    No where its specified as BS6 compliant neither in their website no in other website. looks like they are playing safe with BS4 engine in it

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    Kapil
    Kapil | 1 month ago

    @ Mruduvachan | No where its specified as BS6 compliant neither in their website no in other website. looks like they are playing safe with BS4 engine in it

    Its only BS4, only Maruti has 7 models in Bs6

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