Leyland, one of the largest commercial vehicle manufacturers in India, has
become the first Indian OEM to meet the BS-VI emission norms across the full
range of heavy duty trucks (GVW of 16.2T and above).
N. Saravanan, Chief Technology Officer, Ashok Leyland, received the
certificates, confirming compliance to BS-VI emission standard, from Automotive
Research Association of India (ARAI). ARAI is the leading automotive R&D
organization of the country set up by the Automotive Industry with the Government
of India. It is an autonomous body affiliated to the Ministry of Heavy
Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India, which offers
comprehensive certification and homologation services for all kinds of
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