With the introduction of the 2013 GMC 2500 HD extended-cab GMC have added an innovative option that could prove to be a worthy investment with the rising gas prices. With the ability to switch from normal pump gas to compressed natural gas this new 2500 could be a solution to the always rising price of gas. But with the switch in fuel you will not see any less power then you average 2500 HD sense it is sporting a 6.0 liter engine.
With the addition of the 6.0 liter Vortec V8 that can seamlessly transition from gas to compressed natural gas we will see and impressive 650 mile range on a tank of fuel. This addition of compressed natural gas could be and immediate solution to the nation’s energy security needs that we need. Most of the compressed natural gas used in theUnited Statesis ether domestically produced or received from politically stable countries.
Another big factor is the price of the compressed natural gas, being on average of 2 dollars less a gallon the conventional gas it is hard not to want to switch. The only down side to compressed natural gas it that there are not a lot of filling stations yet. Some states have fewer than 100 stations.Californiahas the most CNG stations with an estimated 201-300 station.
So with times changing and the vehicles adapting to match come on down to Bill Dodge Auto Group and plane for the future with us, or just simply come try the truck of tomorrow out ones it hits our lots.