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Dacia introduces new Bi-Fuel LPG powertrain on all UK models

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Dacia has launched a new manufacturing unit-fitted twin-fuel petrol and liquid petroleum fuel (LPG) powertrain, which will be out there on each model the brand name now sells in Britain.

The new motor is known as Bi-Fuel, and contains a new 1.-litre a few-cylinder turbocharged petrol motor that can operate on each petrol and LPG. It’s ready to swap concerning the two fuels at the contact of a button on the dashboard.

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Dacia claims that the new powertrain will deliver increased effectiveness thanks to a lot more torque and reduced fuel charges for buyers – an normal of £594 a year dependent on the normal mileage of Sandero Stepway prospective buyers – though also delivering reduce emissions.

That is vital for Dacia, as the price range-oriented Renault sub-brand name now sells no hybrid types by any means, but should satisfy stringent new fleet CO2 targets of 95g/km by future year, or experience hefty fines from the European Union.

In the Sandero, the new powertrain is able of 39.8mpg with CO2 emissions of 116g/km, though a Duster Bi-Fuel can do 35.3mpg with 129g/km coming out of the exhaust when making use of LPG – a reduction of around 11 for every cent. 

In all Bi-Fuel types, a new LPG tank – 32 litres in the Sandero and Logan MCV and 34 litres in the Duster – is fitted under the boot flooring exactly where the spare wheel would usually be. It signifies that boot room in all Bi-Fuel types is unaffected.

Price ranges for the Bi-Fuel Sandero start from £9,095, the Logan MCV is priced from £10,595, and the Duster kicks off from £12,895. 

At current, around 1,400 of the UK’s eight,000 fuel stations provide LPG, the normal nationwide value of which is 63p for every litre – around fifty percent that of petrol.

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