BS VI refers to the sixth stage of the Bharat stage emission norms that came into effect from 1st April 2020. The BS emission control norms are strict control over the emission from the vehicles. It started from BS II in the year 2005, BS III in 2010 and followed by BS IV in 2017. The BS emission norms are based on the European emission norms that implement strict control over emission from the vehicle.

The biggest difference between BS IV and BS VI vehicle is the fuel used for BS VI is much cleaner and contains 5 times less sulphur (50ppm) as compared to 10ppm in BS IV. BSVI engine is useless if BSVI fuel is not used because it will not meet the BS VI emission norms.

Many two wheeler companies launch their two wheelers with BS VI like Honda ,Bajaj ,Yamaha ,Suzuki ,Eicher motors ,Hero, these companies launch their different variant and models

Currently in India 20, two wheeler BSVI vehicles are available for purchasing which are :-

Hero Splendor Plus97cc/80kmpl/petrol   (Rs60000 – Rs63860)
Royal Enfield classic346cc  (Rs 1.57 lakhs – Rs 1.81 lakhs )
Hero passion pro113cc/60kmpl  (Rs65740 – Rs67940)
Yamaha YZF R15 V3155cc(Rs1.46 lakh – Rs1.47lakh)
Royal Enfield bullet346cc(Rs1.3 lakh – Rs1.39lakh)
Bajaj pulsar 149cc(Rs90000 – Rs1 lakh)
Hero HF deluxe97cc(Rs47800 – Rs58000)
Honda activa 6G109cc(Rs65419 – Rs66919)
Honda shine124cc(Rs68812 – Rs73512)
TVS apache RTR  159cc(Rs97000-Rs 1 lakh)
Bajaj pulsar NS200199cc(Rs1.28 lakh)
Hero glamour125cc(Rs69750 – Rs73250)
Bajaj Pulsar220cc(Rs1.19lakhs)
Yamaha MT155cc(Rs1.38lakh-Rs1.39lakh)
KTM  Duke199cc(Rs1.76lakh)
Honda Dio109cc(Rs61497- Rs64847)
Bajaj pulsar neon124cc(Rs70995 – Rs79091)
TVS apache RTR159cc(Rs1.02lakh – Rs 1.06lakh)
Suzuki access124cc(Rs68800 – Rs73400)
KTM Duke124cc(Rs1.42lakh)