Originally Posted by Sandykudva
Hi Friends, one of the biggest question that is bothering me at the moment is can i fit a CNG Kit for a Turbo Charged Petrol Vehicle??
I am a petrolhead and love to drive a petrol car over a diesel.Diesel are fun to drive but thats only due to the turbo Charger u remove that and it is a sluggish machine, but s petrol is fun in all aspects whether it is at a low end speed or at high end speeds its just fun.And if a petrol has a turbocharger then it is the ultimate fun machine.
Now i am currently using my fathers Toyota Corolla H1 on CNG for commute to works and to be frank its a beast. Love the car, it never dissapoints me in any manner let it be power,comfort,the fuel consumption everything just too good.But now i was thinking that after about a year or two i shall be thinking of buying my own vehicle so have to do all my savings my calculations etc. And the only car that i have in mind is the Laura TSI or the Laura VRs. Will be going in for a used car for sure but my biggest worry is that these engines have turbo Fitted and i want to convert it to CNG as my daily commute will be approximately 50kms a day so running on petrol is a big NO.
Now seeing my daily commute youll might think why not a diesel but really after enjoying the petrol/cng for a long time really dont want to go for a diesel.So please help me with some suggestions and some experience so that i am able to take some decisions for my future.
Come on man, Test drive the Diesel Laura before you sway yourself telling petrol is the best, had driven a superb recently and it tells you all, gone are those days where petrol alone had all the fun
Right from A4 to 5 series just drive a diesel and get to enjoy the feeling of unleashed drive, if you are so passionate with a petrol/turbo i would tell you to pick a cedia sport where you can save more money
But for your kind of 50Km drive daily, i would put my 2 cents on a diesel Laura, but as you say if you can afford a petrol Laura, you should easily be able to afford a cedia sport with the all extra push you need with amazing handling ability
The maintainance of a diesel is a lot more compared to a petrol.
And please get away from the myth