Natural Gas – Conversions, Vehicles and Technology

AGA is Certified for Bi-Fuel CNG Trucks

May 06, 2014

2014 Chevrolet Equinox. Photo courtesy of GM.
2014 Chevrolet Equinox. Photo courtesy of GM.

AGA Systems, LLC announced that it has received full EPA Certification for bi-fuel CNG applications on the 2014 General Motors Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain line of compact SUVs equipped with the 2.4L direct injection engine.

Bryan Wilcox, VP of AGA Systems, explained, “This system represents some significant CNG vehicle firsts: the first bi-fuel compact SUV and the first GM direct-injection engine for which full EPA Certification has been awarded in a bi-fuel configuration. The Terrain and Equinox are among the best compact SUV offerings on the road today, and when equipped with CNG, provide the opportunity to see real savings with a smaller, more fuel efficient vehicle.”

The new CNG bi-fuel Equinox and Terrain achieved 33 mpg highway test results. AGA Systems will provide the vehicles in a choice of the Cargo Configuration (55 cu.-ft. cargo capacity) or the Passenger Configuration (seats five).

AGA Systems supplied and EPA Certified CNG bi-fuel conversions are used by municipal and state agencies, private and public companies and individual consumers who want to make the smart transition to natural gas-powered vehicles, now including the popular GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Equinox.

AGA Systems supplies a nationwide network of trained and certified partner installers. The Terrain/Equinox bi-fuel CNG upgrade is available from the AGA Systems installer network throughout the U.S.

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