IUL Approval for 2012 through 2014 Nissan NV Vans
Zebulon Innovations has secured U.S. EPA intermediate useful life approval for its conversions of Nissan vans to compressed natural gas-gasoline bi-fuel operation. Zebulon uses Westport-Impco Zavoli equipment.
The IUL nod applies to 2012 through 2014 Nissan NV1500 and NV 2500 cargo and NV3500 passenger vans with six-cylinder 4.0-liter engine, Zebulon says.
“This vehicle tested cleaner than any vehicle we have tested with the E.P.A. thus far,” Zebulon mechanical operations director Lee Nelson said in a release.
“We see these vehicles all over the road,” he said. “We look forward to converting them to operate on economical, clean-burning, domestic CNG.”
Test Unit For Sale
Zebulon promises a complimentary fleet evaluation and estimated return on investment with no obligation. “Despite continued low petroleum fuel prices there is a savings with CNG,” company says. “The Zavoli system is value priced for the IUL market.”
The Ankeny, Iowa-based company is offering its Nissan NV2500 EPA test vehicle for sale for $29,799. Bought new late last year, the bi-fuel vehicle has a Type IV fuel cylinder from CP Industries holding 21 GGE/gasoline gallon equivalents of CNG – and just 7,800 miles on the odometer.
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Source: Zebulon with Fleets & Fuels follow-up