The demand for CNG and electric cars is increasing continuously in the Indian car market. Due to this, automakers are continuously converting their petrol variants of cars into CNG variants, especially those models the customers take.

Here are some better options which you can consider.

Tata Tiago NRG iCNG.

This Tata car can cover a distance of up to 26.49 km per kg in the CNG variant. The design gets a sculpted bonnet, sleek grille, skid plates, roof rails, wrap-around taillights, and designer covers apart from 15-inch alloy wheels. Its interiors include:

  • An all-black dashboard.
  • Premium fabric upholstery.
  • A Harman sound system.
  • Dual airbags.

It is powered by a 1.2L aspirated petrol engine, which produces 73hp/95Nm power. The price of this car starts from Rs.7.4 lakhs.

Maruti Suzuki Swift CNG

Maruti recently introduced its new Swift in the CNG variant. In this car, you are given features like LED fog lamps, daytime running lights, projector headlights, and LED tail lamps. Coming to its engine, a 1.2-L four-cylinder petrol engine powers it. Which is the K-series dual-jet engine. This car can cover a distance of up to 30.90 km per kg of CNG. Its price starts from Rs. 7.7 lakhs.

Toyota Glanza CNG

Toyota Glanza car is the rebadged version of Maruti’s Baleno car. There is no significant difference in its design and features. Toyota Glanza CNG was launched in the market in November. Its 5-seater cabin gets a flat bottom steering wheel, a new instrument cluster, and a 9-inch touchscreen system. This car can cover a distance of 30.61 km per kg of CNG. Its price starts from Rs. 8.43 lakhs.


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