@limraj The 1.5 is the same as the 1.6diesel, with slightly different stroke etc. We already have the good minister Gadkari declaring there's no need to check Indian VW diesels for INDIAN emissions violations/cheating. And the ARAI has also claimed VW passed the test, such as it was, and that they have not been 'asked' by the government to retest on a random, and esp onroad/realworld basis. They are not even doing the obvious and necessary thing as regulators: this scandal is PRECISELY about a gaming of the emissions regime. Its logic and motive applies even to India, since performance and mileage is mostly inversely proportional to emissions quality (esp of NOx). If they fake-adhered to the US emissions regime, they could've fake adhered, for the performance and mileage benefits, to the vastly lower Indian one as well. And if Nox emissions are 10 to 40 TIMES greater than the strict US number, surely that amounts to an emissions-failure EVEN by the puny Indian standard? AND: we are the world's biggest diesel engine market. It is saddening that Indian regulators and the minister are indifferent to emissions and other possible regulations (such as higher taxes for high SPM), EVEN in the face of emphatic evidence of ARAI being gamed across the board on its different, derived-from-Europe but 10-20 year-old regulations.