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S-Presso CNG to launch this month! Maruti Calls it S-CNG!

Maruti Suzuki S-Presso CNG made its public debut at the Auto Expo 2020. Maruti Suzuki’s S-CNG technology is now extended to the newly launched S-Presso. The new hatch from India’s largest automaker made its debut recently in the Indian market and is already doing good in terms of sale numbers.

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Maruti Suzuki displayed a wide variety of production and concept cars at the Auto Expo 2020. The S-Presso CNG was among the cars which grabbed eyeballs at the Expo. Other than this one, there were many other cars displayed by MSIL at the expo. These included the new Brezza, Futuro-E and Suzuki Jimny.


The S-Presso is the latest small car from Maruti Suzuki India Limited which has got a 1.0 litre 3-cylinder K-Series engine. The engine is available with a 5-speed manual and AMT versions.

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The latest update that the S-Presso is about to get is the BS6 compliant CNG option that will make the S-Presso a bi-fuel car as well. Maruti is popular among the Indian masses for its CNG technology. The S-CNG technology from MSIL is a technology that makes running a car really cheap and efficient. The new Alto 800 and the K10 used to sell in the market with BS4 compliant CNG variants.


The automaker has already claimed mileage of 31.59km/kg for the S-Presso CNG! The S-Presso currently produces a power of 68PS and 90Nm torque. The CNG variant will have 59PS and 78Nm. The power will be reduced no doubt, but the mileage will make you forget the power loss. The CNG variant will not come with the AMT gearbox. You can get only the manual versions with company fitted CNG.

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As of now, the S-Presso CNG will have 4 variants. The LXi, LXi optional, VXi and the VXi optional variants will get the CNG option. Prices of the CNG variants will be higher than the petrol variants by Rs, 60,000.

Vishal Khanna
Vishal Khanna
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