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NatGasCar Awarded EPA Certification of the 2012/2013 GM 6.0L and 4.8L Engine

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

NatGasCar LLC has been awarded EPA certification of the 2012 and 2013 GM 6.0L and 4.8L V8 engine. This engine is installed in numerous models and a list is provided below:

• GMC C25 Sierra 2WD
• Chevrolet C25 Silverado 2WD
• GMC C35 Sierra 2WD
• GMC C35 Sierra 2WD Long Box
• Chevrolet C35 Silverado 2WD
• Chevrolet C35 Silverado 2WD Long Box
• GMC G25 Savana 2WD Pass MDPV
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Cargo
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Cargo MDPV
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Passenger
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Passenger MDPV
• Chevrolet G2500 Express CONV 2WD Cargo MDPV
• GMC G25000 Savana 2WD Cargo
• GMC G25000 Savana 2WD Cargo MDPV
• GMC G25000 Savana 2WD Passenger
• GMC G25000 Savana CONV 2WD Cargo MDPV
• GMC G35 Savana 2WD Pass MDPV
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Cargo
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Cargo MDPV
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Passenger
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Passenger MDPV
• Chevrolet G3500 Express CONV 2WD Cargo
• GMC G3500 Savana 2WD Cargo
• GMC G3500 Savana 2WD Cargo MDPV
• GMC G3500 Savana 2WD Passenger
• GMC G3500 Savana CONV 2WD Cargo
• GMC K25 HD Sierra 4WD
• Chevrolet K25 Silverado 4WD
• GMC K35 Sierra 4WD
• GMC K35 Sierra 4WD Long Bed
• Chevrolet K35 Silverado4WD
• Chevrolet K35 Silverado 4WD Long Box

• Included is the GM 4.8L:
• GMC G25 Savana 2WD Passenger MDPV
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Cargo
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Passenger
• Chevrolet G2500 Express 2WD Passenger MDPV
• GMC G2500 Savana 2WD Cargo
• GMC G2500 Savana 2WD Passenger
• GMC G35 Savana 2WD Passenger MDPV
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Cargo
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Passenger
• Chevrolet G3500 Express 2WD Passenger MDPV
• GMC G3500 Savana 2WD Cargo
• GMC G3500 Savana 2WD Passenger

We have systems ready and available for sales, so get your order in today for immediate shipment.

NatGasCar Awarded EPA Certification on 2012 Dodge, Chrysler & Ram Vehicles

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

Cleveland, Ohio – NatGasCar LLC awarded EPA Certification on the following vehicles:

2012 Dodge Caravan 3.6L

2012 Chrysler Town & Country 3.6L

2012 Ram C/V – Cargo Version of Chrysler Minivan 3.6L

2012 Volkswagen Routan

2012 Chrysler 200 and 200 Convertible 3.6L

2012 Dodge Avenger 3.6L

2012 Dodge Journey FWD 3.6L

2012 Dodge Ram 1500 4.7L

All vehicles are EPA certified for Bi-Fuel and Dedication CNG configurations.

Systems are on the shelf and are shipping to a certified installer near you.

 

Fastenal adopts CNG for its fleet vehicles.

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

 

What a great customer and partner in the CNG industry. Go Fastenal!!! Thanks for reducing our dependance on foreign oil and reducing harmful green house gas emissions.

NatGasCar Visits EQT Public CNG Fueling Station in Downtown Pittsburgh

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

The NatGasCar Dodge Ram 1500 powered by Compressed Natural gas paid a visit to EQT’s public CNG station in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  The station is modern, well kept, and easy to use.  Credit cards can be used 24 hours a day, and receipts are available.  What a great station to refuel on clean, domestic, and inexpensive ($1.76) CNG.

2011 Dodge Caravan CNG Hits the Streets of Dallas

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Our 2011 Dodge Caravan CNG Dedicated Unit has finished all EPA testing and has started its durability testing on the streets of Dallas, Texas. Thanks to Clean Energy, CNG fuel is everywhere, and we are looking forward to putting some great test miles on our van.

Does Your Truck Run on CNG in the Cold?

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

Does your CNG truck run in the cold? The NatGasCar 2011/2012 Dodge Ram does. This truck is setup to run in Bi-Fuel CNG mode.  After warming up on gasoline, the NatGasCar Dodge Ram switches seamlessly to CNG operation. Eliminate downtime and drive  a CNG conversion system you can trust from NatGasCar that will keep your fleet running on clean, domestic, and inexpensive Compressed Natural Gas.

Happy New Year from NatGasCar

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

Happy New Year to all of our customers, vendors, and fans. NatGasCar is poised to capitalize on CNG in 2012. Look for our 2011/2012 Chrysler Minivan CNG conversion systems available in early 2012. In addition, we are working on some new CNG conversion systems that will be released to the public in March or April of 2012. Thanks for a wonderful 2011 and a promising 2012.

NatGasCar Featured in Jan 2012 Issue of Popular Mechanics

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

 

2011 NatGasCar CNG Dodge Caravan

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It’s an early holiday gift for the staff at Natgascar! We are thrilled to say that we are the focus of an article in the January 2012 newsstand edition of Popular Mechanics! Also featured in the article is the conversion system that we have designed for the Dodge Grand Caravan/3.6L engine! The Grand Caravan is in the final stages of EPA Emissions/OBD II testing. We are currently accepting orders and will be able to install systems as soon as we receive our EPA Certificate of Conformity. Please contact Joe Wray at jwray@natgascar.com with any questions or for a price quote! Happy Holidays to all!

New Fleet Vehicle

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

You may have heard that we recently rotated our 2010 White Standard Cab Dodge Ram out of our fleet. We were sorry to see it go but it’s very happy at its’ new home. I spoke to its’ new owner last week and he is THRILLED with his purchase. He’s paying $0.78/GGE at a station about two miles from his home! We’re proud to introduce the newest member of our fleet. It’s a beautiful 2011 BLACK Crew Cab Dodge Ram! Don’t let the lack of Natgascar logos fool you! This vehicle is equipped with our EPA certified CNG conversion system complete with 24GGE cylinder. We’ve sent the vehicle to Colorado to show it off! If you’re interested in previewing this vehicle or another vehicle in our fleet please contact jwray@natgascar.com or call 216-692-3700.

NatGas Performance

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Just a quick update, Vail pass last night looked like a snow globe but the 4.7L powered through the early season heavy snow at 10,000 feet on clean burning, cost effective CNG. In fact I was able to make the whole trip from SLC to Denver on CNG. Who says there is not infrastructure out there?