The CNG version of these cars is waiting for a long time in India, see the complete list


auto news desk, Due to the rising prices of petrol and diesel in the country, people have started giving more preference to CNG cars. Earlier CNG option was available only in entry level cars, but now many premium and SUV cars are also available in CNG variants. Along with this, many other CNG cars will also be available in the market in the next few months. Let’s see which new cars are going to come in the market in CNG version.

Tata Altroz ​​CNG
The company has started booking for this car and it is likely to be launched soon. This car was introduced at the 2023 Auto Expo in January this year. It includes features like electric sunroof, direct start in CNG mode, cruise control, twin-cylinder technology. Also, it will get more boot space. The Altroz ​​CNG variant will cost around Rs 1 lakh more than the petrol variant.

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Tata Punch CNG
Tata Motors will soon launch its Punch SUV in CNG version as well. In this too, twin-cylinder technology will be used like Altroz ​​CNG. It will be the cheapest CNG SUV in the country. It will get a 1.2-litre Revotron NA petrol engine with a petrol unit.

Maruti Suzuki Frox CNG
Maruti Suzuki Franks is going to be launched in the Indian market soon. After which its CNG version will also be launched. The factory fitted CNG kit will be offered only with the 1.2-litre NA petrol engine. Its price can be Rs. 1 lakh more than its regular model.

Kia Sonet CNG
Kia is yet to confirm the arrival of the CNG version of the Sonnet, but it has been spied testing recently. In which the sticker of ‘On Test by ARAI’ was seen on the rear windshield. It could be the first car in India to come with a turbo petrol engine and CNG kit.

Tata Nexon CNG
Tata Motors may soon introduce its sub-compact SUV Nexon with CNG. Currently, the Nexon is available in both petrol and diesel engine options. The CNG kit will only be offered with the 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine, which could cost around Rs 1 lakh more than the regular petrol variant.

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