CNG Cars: This CNG car give You Big mileage like a bike, See Specs

For a long time, In Indi petrol and diesel prices have been rising steadily. At the same time, it does not seem that the government will soon lower fuel costs. In such a situation, automobile owners must spend more money than they previously did, and people are now seeking for vehicles that can be driven for a reasonable price. Only CNG automobiles follow electric cars in such vehicles. CNG automobiles are significantly less expensive than electric cars, and the cost to run them is almost half that of petrol-diesel cars, so if you're looking for a new car this festive season, CNG is a great option. 

Maruti Suzuki Alto CNG: When it comes to the cheapest CNG car in the country, Maruti Suzuki Alto is the first name that comes to mind. It is one of the most popular CNG vehicles in the country, and its CNG version is in extremely popular. It can produce a peak torque of one Newton metre. When it comes to mileage, this entry-level hatchback CNG, like any other bike, delivers a fantastic 31.59 km/kg. The Alto CNG is available for purchase at an initial ex-showroom price of Rs 4,76,500 lakh.

Hyundai Santro CNG: The Hyundai Santro is another example of a low-cost vehicle that runs on CNG. The company may purchase the CNG-equipped vehicle for Rs 5,99,900 lakh ex-showroom. It is driven by a 1086 cc 4-cylinder engine that produces 68.7 horsepower and 99.7 Nm of peak torque. When it comes to mileage, the manufacturer says that this hatchback can deliver 30 km/kg on CNG. Apart from that, the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios also available in CNG. This automobile has a starting price of Rs.6,99,710 lakh.

Maruti Suzuki WagonR : The WagonR, which is manufactured by Maruti Suzuki, India's largest carmaker, has been getting popular on Indian roads for years. When it comes to engine and power, this vehicle is equipped with a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder engine that produces 57 PS of maximum power and 78 Newton metres of peak torque. On CNG, this vehicle achieves a mileage of 32.52 km/kg. With a starting price of Rs 5,83,000 ex-showroom, the vehicle is offered in LXI and LXI(O) versions.

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