Natural Gas – Conversions, Vehicles and Technology

Bi-Fuel CNG System Offered for GM Crossovers

November 20, 2013

This 2013 model GMC Terrain is outfitted as a Cargo version and is owned by Silver Eagle Distributing in Houston, Texas. Photo courtesy of Nat G.
This 2013 model GMC Terrain is outfitted as a Cargo version and is owned by Silver Eagle Distributing in Houston, Texas. Photo courtesy of Nat G.

AGA Systems, LLC and Nat G CNG Solutions recently introduced a bi-fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) system for the GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Equinox. The product was developed in partnership with Silver Eagle Distributing based in Houston, Texas.

The bi-fuel CNG system can be installed on new and in-service 2013 and 2014 model GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Equinox crossover vehicles. They feature a total highway range of 775 miles for the passenger version and 837 miles for the cargo version (combined CNG and gasoline). The new system is rated at 31 mpg highway on CNG.

Nat G CNG Solutions has already begun delivering vehicles to Silver Eagle for testing and expects to begin full production of the new Terrain cargo version in December. The vehicles will go on display this week and will be available to test drive at the Natural Gas Vehicle Association Conference in Atlanta, Ga.

At this time, the Terrain/Equinox bi-fuel CNG upgrade is available exclusively through Nat G in Texas and Louisiana. AGA Systems expects to make the new system available through its installer network in other parts of the U.S. beginning early next year.

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