2013 Ram HD 2500 CNG Filling Video

With gas prices seemingly always on the rise, Cars.com reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder takes a look at a vehicle that runs on compressed natural gas. While filling up the Ram 2500 CNG can cost much less when compared to regular gasoline, its troublesome filler plug area and the rarity of pumps that sell compressed natural gas may be something to take into consideration.

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Walter Morris

"Cost twice as less"?
Do they mean "costs 1/2 as much"?

toronado455

LOL @ Walter Morris
This must be the hip new way to talk. :-)

The sliver “mustache” that contains the blue oval logo is not cohesive in any of the designs. Couldn’t Ford just eliminate the mustache? Mustache Remover, STAT

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