Yamaha India has announced a price hike across the range catered for the Indian market. The brand sites switching to BS VI norms as the instrument to increase the price of the lineup. The hike will affect from 10 – 15 percent in overall cost depending upon the variant. The company also said that the transition will begin in November 2019 for its motorcycles and January 2020 for the company’s scooters. The company hasn’t revealed the technique to bridge to BS VI regulation but it is believed the usage of fuel injection system instead of carburettor as the fuelling method. The brand has also said that it will offset the increase in cost by offering features like a ‘side stand switch’, where the engine will only start once the bike is off the stand completely.