On January 1, 2019, Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Henan and other 9 cities will implement the National Six Standard in advance. In some areas, the national three vehicles will be banned from showing on the road, annual inspection and transfer policies.
Recently, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment issued a notice that Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, and Henan provinces (cities) will implement the National Sixth Emission Standard for Light Vehicles in advance on January 1, 2019, meaning that National Sixth emissions will not be reached from 2019. The required light vehicles will be banned from sales in these regions, and the national five emission vehicles have also entered the countdown. At the beginning of this year, the National Five Standard was implemented, and the National Six followed.
As the worst-hit area of air pollution in the north, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment has also recently issued the "Action Plan for Comprehensive Treatment of Autumn-Winter Air Pollution in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Its Surrounding Areas 2018-2019". The plan clearly proposes: Since January 1, 2019 Since then, Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, and Henan provinces (cities) have implemented the National Sixth Emissions Standard for Light Vehicles in advance. So far, more than nine provinces and cities across the country have started to implement the National Sixth Emissions Standard in advance.
How strict is the National Six emission standard?
Similar to the national vehicle V emission standards, the national 6 emission also refers to the Euro 6 emission standards, and even some of the restrictions are even more stringent. Compared with the "National V" emission standards, it is 40% to 50% stricter, and, The same standard applies to diesel vehicles.
After the implementation of National Six emissions, the carbon monoxide emissions of gasoline vehicles will be reduced by 50%, the total hydrocarbon and non-methane total hydrocarbon emission limits will be reduced by 50%, and the nitrogen oxide emission limits will be tightened by 42%.
In consideration of the transitional nature, the implementation of the National Six Standard is divided into two phases, namely National Six A Standard and National Six B Standard, which stipulates that the Six A emission standard will be implemented in advance from July 1, 2020 to July 1, 2023 Since the official implementation of the Six B standard, the emissions required by the National Six B standard have been reduced by more than double that of the National V!
Maybe someone wants to ask, isn't this a good thing? What impact does it have on our average car owners and consumers?
In fact, during the implementation of National Fourth and National Five standards, some car manufacturers have exposed fraudulent emissions standards. For fuel vehicles, they always have to emit emissions. The current clean gasoline and three-way catalysts have come into being to reduce emissions. In the end, whether it is the price of oil or the price of new devices, consumers will eventually pay for it.
Too strict emission standards, it is technically more difficult for automobile manufacturers, and in the future they may think hard to reduce emissions.
As a result, new technologies such as three-cylinder engines and direct injection in cylinders have emerged endlessly. In fact, for consumers, whether the progress of the times or the retrogression varies from person to person. But fuel vehicles will eventually exit the stage of history and be replaced by more advanced clean energy models, which is the fundamental way to solve environmental problems.
How to deal with vehicles with substandard emissions?
According to the requirements, after the implementation of the National Sixth Emission Standard, all vehicles sold and registered for boarding must meet the requirements of the National Sixth Emission Standard. Sales of vehicles below the emission standard will be banned, registered and transferred in. Enter the scrapping procedure and forbid the road. National IV and National V emissions vehicles will only be driven to scrapped or drive to areas where the policy has not been implemented, and the valuation of used cars will also be affected.
How to check the emission standards for novice buyers?
Then users of new cars can check the vehicle emission standard information on the vehicle consistency profile page, and if they buy a used car, they can check the vehicle's emission standard information on the environmental protection inspection mark posted on the front windshield of the vehicle. In addition, the National Motor Eco-Environment Vehicle Emissions Monitoring Center, also known as the Motor Vehicle Environmental Protection Network, will promptly announce models that have passed the National Sixth Emission Standard. (Chengli fire- fighting truck
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