Tata Nano CNG emax Launched in India at Rs 2.52 lakh

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India’s biggest car organization Tata Motors Limited dispatched the CNG form of the Nano called Nano CNG emax. The CNG version of Tata Nano is the cheapest available four-wheeler in the country.

Tata Nano CNG emax Launched in India at Rs 2.52 lakh

With a beginning cost of Rs 2.52 lakh, the new form of Tata Nano will be accessible across CNG markets, for example, Lucknow, Gujarat, portions of Maharashtra and Delhi. It has many astounding highlights.

The Tata Nano CNG emax is equipped with a fuel-efficient engine, with the option to switch between CNG and petrol fuels. The organization claims a  mileage of 36 km/kg for the vehicle by the Automotive Research Association of India’s standard test conditions.

The senior vice president of Tata Motors, Ankush Arora said, “From its inception, the Nano has been a path-breaking invention and the CNG version only adds to that and also underlines our commitment to being a sustainable automotive player.”

For quick switching between CNG and petrol, a sequential gas injection system, Tata Nano CMN Emax, is calibrated with an Intelligent EMS(Engine Management System).

The administration framework encourages the vehicle to detect when the driver needs more force and naturally changes to petroleum. All that exchanging between the fuel modes takes by the press of a catch.

Moreover, the vehicle can likewise be begun on CNG, dissimilar to most CNG frameworks. The vehicle accompanies a serious most reduced CO2 outflow of 75.6 g/km.

The Nano CNG emax gives a fuel extend over 150 km (in CNG), notwithstanding the current fuel scope of 375 km (in petroleum). The vehicle pursues 525 km one full filling of the 15-liter fuel tank.

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