Maruti and Tata’s CNG cars are expected to arrive in the country soon, with good features and mileage up to 31 km.

Petrol and diesel prices have crossed all limits this year. In some states, the price of fuel is Rs 100 per liter. In such a situation, the most economical option for drivers is CNG or electric cars. Well, there are not many options for electric cars on the market right now, but the CNG segment offers a wide range of customers. At the same time, automakers are busy expanding their portfolio of CNG vehicles for the foreseeable future.

From the country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki to Tata Motors, all these companies will soon be launching new CNG variants of their famous models. These include two Maruti cars and one Tata, so let’s take a look at those CNG cars that come on the market –

Maruti Celerio CNG

1) – Maruti Celerio: Maruti Suzuki is preparing to release the next generation model of its famous hatchback, Celerio. There is a big change in this car, the company is preparing a new Celerio on the HEARTECT platform. The new Celerio will be larger in size, giving you more cabin space inside the car. In this car, the company can offer a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that connects to Apple Car Play and Android Auto. Its current model comes with the CNG variant, which gives 31kg of mileage.

2) – Maruti Dzire CNG: The country’s best-selling compact sedan, Dzire, will also be introduced in the new CNG avatar. The car was recently spotted during testing. Currently, this car is only available in the market with a petrol engine, but the company also uses its traditional S-CNG kit. No information on this is available yet, but how much mileage this car offers. The car can be released during the festival.

3) – Tata Tiago CNG: Tata Motors is preparing the CNG variants of its entry-level cars, which are expected to be launched later this year. Manufacturers have begun testing the CNG-powered Tiago and Tiger. Recently, Tiago was spotted on the streets of Pune, with an ‘On Test by ARAI’ sticker. The company can use a 1.2-liter Revotron petrol engine that can be launched during Diwali.

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