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Brand new 2021 Honda City installed with aftermarket CNG kit

Fuel prices are skyrocketing in the country. Some of the cities had even crossed Rs 100 per litre mark. As the prices keep on increasing demand for CNG fuel in the market has been slowly increasing. There are manufacturers like Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai who are offering their vehicles with a company fitted CNG kit. Those who have a petrol vehicle are now getting CNG kit installed from outside as well. There are several aftermarket agencies who can install RTO approved CNG kits on your vehicle. Here we have a new gen Honda City sedan that has been installed with aftermarket CNG kit.

The video has been uploaded by cngMarutiautogas Cng on their YouTube channel. The video shows a brand new Honda City sedan that has been installed with an aftermarket CNG kit. The Kit used in this Honda City is from an. Italian brand Zavoli Bora. Unlike other sequential kits, there is no need for cut any wires for installation of this kit. This uses a simple plug and play system which means, it is les messy under the hood. The wiring and installation looks very neat in the video.

Maruti Autogas has installed CNG kits in many vehicles in the past. They are also offering warranty on this CNG kit. The Honda City seen in the video is a brand new ZX trim sedan with automatic transmission. The video also shows how the gas cylinder has been neatly placed in the boot. There is decent amount of space for luggage even after placing the gas cylinder. Inside the cabin, there are gas level indicators installed. As this is a sequential kit, the driver can switch between petrol and CNG whenever he wishes. The overall cost of installing this Zavoli Bora S32 sequential CNG kit is around Rs 49,000. Interested people can get in touch with Maruti Autogas on 9033683886.

Brand new 2021 Honda City installed with aftermarket CNG kit

Honda City is one of the most popular mid-size sedan in the country. It competes with cars like Hyundai Verna, Maruti Ciaz, Skoda Rapid and Volkswagen Vento in the segment. Honda launched the all-new generation Honda City in the market last year. It is an entirely new car inside out. Honda has not discontinued the older or fourth generation City and is still available with a petrol engine.

Honda City now gets all-LED headlamps with redesigned front grille and bumpers. The car is slightly longer and wider than the older version. It offers more space and features on the inside. There is a touchscreen infotainment screen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Honda is also offering connected car services in the all-new City. Honda is also offering features like multi fnction steering wheel, digital instrument cluster, electric sunroof, rear AC vents and so on.

Coming to the engine details, Honda is offering the new gen City with both petrol and diesel engine options. The 1.5 litre DOHC petrol engine generates 121 Ps and 145 Nm of torque. It is available with both manual and CVT gearbox options. The 1.5 litre diesel engine is available with a manual gearbox only and it generates 100 Ps and 200 Nm of peak torque.