Price cut for Ram's CNG option

Jewett, Dale
September 1995
Automotive News;9/4/1995, Vol. 70 Issue 5621, p35
Trade Publication
Reports that Chrysler Corp. has cut $750 from the sticker price of the compressed natural gas (CNG) option for its 1996 Ram full-sized vans. Goal of selling 3,000 to 4,000 CNG vehicles for the 1996 model year; Main reason for the 1995 drop in CNG sales; Certification of Chrsyler's 1996 vehicles as Inherently Low Emission Vehicles.


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