New Delhi: Honda Cars India is gearing up to release its CNG variant of its high-selling sedan, the Honda City.
According to several media reports, the auto major has been working on CNG version of the City and is expected to be hit the stores by the end of October.
The Honda City CNG will be a shift from the current model with changes in the engine, suspension and instrument cluster. Fuel economy is expected to be boosted.
Like other major auto companies, the CNG kit will not come from the factory but will be installed by the dealers.
On the price range, sources claim, the City CNG will cost up to Rs 50,000 – 80, 000 more than the petrol variant which is already running hot in the market.
Honda Cars India announced earlier on Saturday that it will rehash the Brio with an automatic which is expected to hit the roads on October 18.
The automatic Brio will cost between Rs 50,000 and Rs 70,000 above the regular hatchback model and will be powered by 1.2 liter iVTEC engine, however the automatic will give a fuel effeciency of 16.5 kmpl.
The automatic Brio will cost between Rs 50,000 and Rs 70,000 above the regular hatchback model.
First Published: Sunday, October 7, 2012, 20:02