Honda has recently announced that the City CNG was launched in Thailand where the base entry-level version can be bought at 659,000 baht.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the Honda City CNG is actually the company’s first compressed natural gas powered vehicle and the model is powered by a 1.5 liter single overhead cam i-VTEC engine, which can run on either petrol on CNG. The engine is producing a total output of 102 PS and it has a peak torque of 127 Nm, compared to the 120 PS and 145 Nm of torque in the petrol on;y City model. The Honda City CNG is complying with the Euro 4 emission standards.
Honda says that the City CNG is getting an electronic safety control box and a solid cross bar with enhanced stability, along with a switch button in the cabin with a gas remaining display. The base entry-level version of the Honda City CNG S in Thailand can be bought by its future customers starting at 659,000 baht, while for the City CNG V spec, 706,000 baht will have to come out of their bank accounts. The model is getting a three-year / 100,000 km warranty.