Kazakhstan applies Euro-3 standard
May 16. Trend. Astana
Kazakhstan will introduce requirements for motor vehicles on harmful substance emissions according to Euro-3 from July 1, the Kazakh Transport and Communications Ministry reported.
“The import and production of motor vehicles that do not meet these requirements will be banned from July 1,” the agency reported.
This will not cover cars already operating in Kazakhstan.
Table of vehicle compliance to Euro-3 standard by production year.
|Country of origin of car / or motor||Years of production of vehicles that meet the requirements of the environmental phase -3|
|petrol engines entering the European Union, *||from 2001 and later|
|Diesels entering the European Union , *||from 2002 and later|
|USA||from 2001 and later|
|Japan||from 2005 and later|
|Canada||from 2004 and later|
|India||from 2010 and later|
|China||from 2008 and later|
|Korea||from 2003 and later|
|Russia||from 2008 and later|
|Ukraine||from July, 1 2010 and later|
|Belarus||from 2008 and later|
|Uzbekistan||from 2010 and later|
* European Union includes: Austria, Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, France, Czech Republic, Sweden and Estonia.