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Old 23rd April 2007, 11:20   #1
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Default 70km daily run on ZEN, LPG or CNG?

Dear BHPians,

I own 2001 Zen Lx,car is in mint condition ,, my daily Run is 70km in Mumbai city, petrol is getting very expensive for me, plz advice shd I go for LPG or CNG?, I runs may car mostly with A/C on, I have no plans to sell this car for next 3 years

Plz advice shd I go for LPG or CNG, I am looking at cheap running cost and donít want to spoil health of carís engine,

Plz give me your suggestions

Thx in advance,
Jitendra
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From what i have heard, CNG is the cheaper alternative. But since i have no experience on that, i cannot comment. Regarding LPG, from my experience, I can assure you that there is no engine harm.
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You need to go through this thread. Hopefully you will find your answers.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modify...mparision.html (ARTICLE: CNG vs LPG Comparision)
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