Top 10 CNG Cars in India

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There are several types of fuel that can be used to power motor vehicles. While petrol and diesel might be the most common fossil fuels, compressed natural gas or CNG is relatively prevalent too.

If you weren’t aware, CNG primarily consists of methane. This highly-flammable gas is then compressed and stored in thick cylindrical tanks.

Maruti Suzuki Eeco CNG

There are only a few notable yet affordable utility vehicles in the Indian market, though almost none of them are as common a sight as the Maruti Suzuki Eeco. 


Maruti Suzuki Ertiga CNG

The Indian automaker advertised its new MPV as a “Life Utility Vehicle”, which may sound corny, but that didn’t seem to faze buyers at all.


Tata Tiago CNG

As the most affordable car in the auto marque’s catalog, the Tiago has become a really famous nameplate among those that know what a modern (and safe) car is supposed to be.


Hyundai Aura CNG

One of the cars that managed that has been the Hyundai Aura CNG. While it’s not the most common car on our roads, the Aura CNG is still a decent purchase option.


Hyundai Grand i10 Nios CNG

One of the best city cars in India, with shiploads of them being sold in the country.


Maruti Suzuki Swift CNG

On sale since the mid-2000s, this hatchback has gone through three iterations thus far.


Maruti Suzuki Dzire CNG

Not only incredibly popular but also sells a lot of units every month. Strengthening the car’s portfolio is the Dzire CNG, which has become a good sales story.


Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 CNG

While it’s a pretty basic car, the Alto CNG is aimed at those that want an efficient city runabout.


Maruti Suzuki Wagon R CNG

A complete success story from Maruti Suzuki. There are so many of them on our roads, you’ll likely see dozens of them over a period of one hour.


Maruti Suzuki Celerio CNG

When the new model arrived, it brought in a fancier design language and new features.


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