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Telco launches CNG version of Indica

By Our Special Correspondent

MUMBAI, MAY 16. Tata Engineering has announced the launch of the CNG version of the Indica in select markets of Delhi and Mumbai. The car is available in two models - Standard and an airconditioned option.

According to a company release the Indica CNG offers all the core benefits of the Indica combined with the advantage of CNG. ``The car comes equipped with a factory fitted CNG kit and complies with the highest of safety standards and those prescribed by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI),'' it stated.

It further stated that special attention had been paid to the enhancement of range with two CNG tanks of 22 and 50 litre capacity. To save on space, the smaller tank is fitted under the body shell and the car comes with a split rear seat which can be folded to enhance storage capacity. The air-conditioned version of the car is priced at Rs. 3.49 lakhs ex-showroom, Delhi whereas the standard version is priced at Rs. 3.29 lakhs.

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