Hyundai Motor India introduces CNG variant
4 July 2007
Hyundai Motor India (HMI), the second largest passenger car manufacturer in India and its largest exporter of automobiles, added a dual-fuel gasoline-CNG variant to its Santro range.
The dual-fuel 1.1-liter engine cars are retrofit with a conversion kit from Minda Auto Gas Ltd. HMI has an exclusive arrangement with leading fitment specialist NGVI of Korea to retrofit the kits on the Santro model.
The CNG Santro has a manual selector switch, enabling the driver to switch from gasoline to CNG and vice versa. The on-board CNG cylinder has a capacity of approximately 12 kg.
Initially, HMI is launching the CNG Santro in Delhi. All Hyundai dealers in Delhi in collaboration with NGVI India are equipped to sell and service the CNG Santro. The CNG Santro has the same 2 year, unlimited mileage warranty as the standard model, and there is an additional warranty for the same period on the CNG kit and fitment.
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