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Mumbai, July 20

Tata Motors has now launched the Bharat Stage III compliant CNG versions of the Indica and the Indigo Marina vehicles. The option is now available as an after market fitment at the dealer level through a tie-up that the company has entered into with Shrimankar Gas Car Services, the Indian distributors for Bedini CNG kits, Italy.

With a 60-litre CNG tank capacity the Tata vehicles will now have a driving range of 140 kms on CNG and can be alternatively switched to petrol as and when required. The vehicles come with the usual unlimited kilometres manufacturer's warranty for 18 months.

The new offerings will be available in cities like Mumbai, National Capital Region (NCR), which includes Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, NOIDA and Gurgaon and progressively in the key cities in Gujarat. The company is also working on LPG offerings on its car range that will be launched shortly.

(This article was published in the Business Line print edition dated July 21, 2006)
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