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Maruti launches LPG Omni

Our Bureau

New Delhi , March 18

MARUTI Udyog has launched an LPG-equipped variant of the Omni Cargo at Rs 1.78 lakh.

According to the company, the Omni Cargo LPG will appeal to a diverse range of businesses, but notably retail and distribution businesses. The engine of the vehicle has a power of 27 bhp. One of the advantages is the growing availability of LPG stations in the country. LPG filling and dispensing stations are currently available in 14 cities.

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