Maruti Suzuki sells over 1 lakh CNG cars in FY20

    The achievement is in line with the company’s Mission Green Million initiative.

    Published On Jun 07, 2020 09:00:00 AM

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    Maruti Suzuki sells over 1 lakh CNG cars in FY20

    • Maruti Suzuki sold 1,06,443 CNG-powered cars in FY20
    • Figure represents highest sales for CNG vehicles in a fiscal
    • The carmaker’s CNG range will expand with the S-Presso in the coming months

    Maruti Suzuki has announced that it sold 1,06,443 CNG-powered cars in financial year 2019-2020. The figure represents highest sales for Maruti CNG vehicles in a fiscal.

    Which Maruti Suzuki models are available with CNG?

    Currently, four Maruti Suzuki models, namely the Alto, Wagon R, Ertiga and Eeco, are on offer to private buyers with factory-fit CNG kits. These bi-fuel models get BS6-compliant petrol engines that are tuned and calibrated to run on CNG. Maruti will expand its CNG range with the launch of the S-Presso CNG that comes soon.

    What is Mission Green Million?

    Maruti Suzuki began selling CNG-powered vehicles in 2010 and cars powered by Smart-Hybrid technology in 2015. Cumulatively, these ‘green vehicles’ as Maruti calls them have sold over a million units. Under Mission Green Million, Maruti Suzuki has set itself an aim to sell the next million green vehicles in a shorter time span.

    Also see:

    Maruti Suzuki posts sales of 13,888 units in May 2020

    Maruti Suzuki takes steps to reduce vehicle damage by Amphan cyclone

    Maruti Suzuki introduces new finance schemes

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