Seattle-based World CNG and Cleveland’s NatGasCar have partnered to offer the Dodge Caravan CNG, for which NatGasCar recently secured U.S. EPA certification for 2011-2012 model vehicles with 3.6-liter Chrysler Pentastar engine.
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Available in both dedicated and bi-fuel models, the Dodge Caravan CNG offers fifth-passenger capability and generous cargo space, states a release. The base tank package includes a single rear-mounted 11.4 GGE composite cylinder capable of providing an estimated range of over 250 miles.
“The addition of the Dodge Caravan to our suite of EPA-certified CNG conversion systems is one of our most exciting developments this year. The exceptional conversion system developed by NatGasCar allows us to provide our current and future customers with the unique versatility offered by a minivan,” said World CNG president Garret Alpers.
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The Dodge Caravan CNG is said to be a particularly good fit for taxi companies, delivery services, and (ADA-for Americans with Disabilities Act) wheelchair, and medical transport services.
World CNG says it will utilize its expanding network of installation facilities in Seattle, Chicago, and Las Vegas, and partner facilities in Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Houston. The 2011-2012 Dodge Caravan CNG is available for order effective immediately.
Every conversion system meets all standards and compliances including NFPA-52, NGI2, and FMVSS-304. Additional tank packages are available to meet individual customer’s needs.
World CNG’s principal fuel cylinder supplier is Lincoln Composites, says sales chief Josh Hosford.
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