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Old 14th September 2017, 14:05   #16
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Default Re: Hyundai Xcent Prime with factory-fitted CNG launched at Rs. 5.93 lakh

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We have the CNG XCent, and it is the most economical compact sedan in the market today. In the city, you can achieve a running cost of Rs. 2/km. I'm not sure why people are against CNG as a fuel for private cars- maybe some people have a lot of money to burn. Even a petrol Alto costs Rs. 4-5 per km these days.
When I say a vehicle is positioned as a commercial vehicle, it doesnt have a negative connotation attached. In fact, commercial market accepts only those vehicls which are
1. Low Maintainence
2. Highly Reliable
3. Good on space

But when a company decides to target the commercial vehicle market, the feature list is customized accordingly. Example: The Old Dzire with the speed limiter. No one can say that the old Dzire was a bad product and wasnt well suited for personal use.
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Default Re: Hyundai Xcent Prime with factory-fitted CNG launched at Rs. 5.93 lakh

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I'm not sure why people are against CNG as a fuel for private cars- maybe some people have a lot of money to burn.
A major reason, at least in Delhi-NCR, is the wait time to fill up. The queues at any CNG pump are really a turn off.
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