The company has officially announced this news through an paper advertisement and in this way the company welcomes the government's decision to implement EURO-2 emission standards as the main aim of the policy is to reduce the amount of hazardous vehicle exhaust emissions.
Earlier the government had planed to introduce Euro-II emission standards for all petrol-related vehicles, imported or locally assembled, from July 1, 2009, while such standards for diesel vehicles would be enforced from July 1, 2012.
The Engineering Development Board has forwarded a draft of the Euro-II standards to stakeholders as proposed by the Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency.
Pictures and Images of Suzuki Euro-II Vehicles: (all models)
|Suzuki Cargo Van|
|Suzuki Ravi Pick-Up|
|Mehran Euro 2 Engine|
Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited was established as a joint venture between Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) of Japan and Pakistan Automobile Corporation (PACO), Govt. of Pakistan.