Aggressive regulation puts India’s CV market on a greener path

A decision to jump to BS-VI has forced many Indian truck players to quickly cycle in greener models. By Jack Hunsley

More famed for its two-wheel market, India also has a burgeoning truck sector. In fiscal year (FY) 2019, heavy truck sales hit an all-time high in the country, with more than 350,000 units sold. That represented year-on-year growth of 15%. The entire domestic commercial vehicle industry sold more than one million units, 17.5% more than in FY2018, for the first time on record.

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