2014 Ford F-150 Hybrid and electric vehicles headlines that sound snazzier but can make CNG and LPG fueled vehicles more sense for many car buyers. This is especially true in the utility market focused on the collection that favors low operating costs and easy solution to the mechanical components.
Ford has taken note and will soon offer the 2014 Ford F-150 best selling model of the automobile and the best selling vehicle in the USA for decades – with the ability to run on compressed natural gas. Available this fall, the Ford F-150 CNG / LPG 2014 is equipped with a 3.7-liter V-VI Each equipped Ford F-150 with a “package gaseous fuel preparation” including hardened valves, valve seats, pistons and rings, which can run on natural gas or gasoline fuel systems separate.
Selected depending on tank size the 2014 Ford F-150 CNG / LPG model traveling 750 miles between charges. Of course, the larger the tank, the more you eat in the cargo space in the trunk. “Companies and fleet customers have asked us to 2014 Ford F-150 CNG with ability to take advantage of lower fuel prices and clean emissions,” said Jon Coleman, Ford Fleet Manager sustainability and technology. “With the money saved on CNG, customers can begin to see the return on investment in less than 24-36 months.”
Conversion, not cheap CNG/LPG factory Ford preparation work costs about $ 315, but that’s before the $ 7,500 to $ 9,500 must be “qualified Modifier Ford vehicle” to pay for the modifications and the conversion is complete. According to Ford, “CNG is sold at an average of $ 2.11 per gallon of gasoline equivalent, and is as low as $ 1 in some parts of the country.” This is much lower than the current gasoline prices. However, if it gets a little industrial strength annual mileage on the odometer, the cost-benefit at the pump is not worth the cost are.