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  • Q. How long Aura CNG car can run filling once full tank with CNG?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Hyundai Aura features an 65 liter fuel tank and the claimed mileage of Aura CNG is 28km/kg. The range with a full tank would depend on the current mileage and the driving conditions.

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Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
CNG Manual 28 Km/Kg 25 Km/Kg
Petrol Automatic 20.1 Kmpl 16 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 20.5 Kmpl 16 Kmpl

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  • Very good.

    Very good.Car and most safety.Very nice.

  • 5.0
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    excellent the car we are satisfied

  • Good vehicle

    Have drive the cng variant for 7k km.Good vehicle for city and highways.Pickup is bad in cng so need a little practice with cng variant.Avoid taking it to steep incline places as cng engine won’t let you climb so easily.Cng mileage depends upon traffic conditions and cng quality.In bengaluru traffic, Cng give me at least 16 kmpl and in highways upto 30 kmpl.Mostly i refuel my cng tank after it cross 150 km.Bootspace after cng is equivalent to i10 hatchback.Car back profile look great but front bonnet is very small like a hatchback.Since cng prices have soared, I won’t recommend anyone to buy it.Better to go with conventional petrol/diesel until electric vehicles and ecosystem mature enough.

  • I had driven my friend's

    I had driven my friend's car, It's really very nice experience.It's really give delighted feeling to the customer.

  • Proud owner

    I am the proud owner of Hyundai aura diesel amt, Since Jan 2021, And has covered 11, 000kms which is a combination of city and highway travel. I am pretty impressed by its performance, I am from Bangalore, And recently visited Shirdi and traveled all over Maharashtra, The car sometimes was giving as much as 27km part of diesel, On an average, it gives around 712 km per tank, With a tank capacity of 37ltrs, Probably this mileage around 35 ltrs spent, This traveling in Pune Bangalore highway around 115- 120 km per hr most of the time, The car hugs the road and is stable at high speeds, But most of it is at daytime, For the night I think Hyundai needs to add a pair of additional lights in the headlight console to improve night driving better.I was surprised with the volume of auras in Pune, But in Bengaluru, you don't get to see so many around. I would have been happier if it had received more points in global en cap ratings, But still feel the car is built well and performance is really great if you drive at safe speeds, Highly recommended it.

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