What are my options for CNG-fueled fleet vehicles?

With its environmental benefits and cost-savings every time you fuel up, using CNG vehicles can be a great option for your fleet.

From pickup trucks and delivery vans to tractors, refuse trucks and shuttle, transit and school buses, the list of manufacturers and vehicle options is constantly growing. Here’s a list of some of the options available now.

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Ford F150 or Super Duty F250/F350
Chevy Silverado 2500/3500 HD
GMC Sierra 2500/3500 HD

Ford Transit Connect
Chevy Express 2500
GMC Savanna 2500

Autocar ACMD-Xpert or ACX-Xpeditor
Heil Environmental (available in front loader, rear loader, side loader, roll-off hoists)
Mack LR
McNeilus (available in front loader, rear loader, or side loader.)

Autocar ACTT-XSpotter
Capacity Sabre/TJ
Freightliner Cascadia or M2 112
Kalmar Ottowa
Kenworth T440 or T680 or T880
Mack Pinnacle Day Cab
Peterbilt 579
Volvo Natural Gas

Shuttle Bus:
Champion CTS Front Engine
GMC Carriage Trolley
Hometown Trolley
Turtle Top

Transit Bus:
ENC Axess/E-Z Rider/XHF
Gilleg BRT
MCI CNG Commuter Coach
New Flyer Xcelsior
Nova Bus LFS CNG

School Bus:
Blue Bird All-American or Vision
Collins Bus Corp CNG
Thomas Built Minotaur or Saf-T-Liner C2 or Saf-T-Liner HDX

And with CNG fuel now more readily available than ever before — including the Rogue Valley’s own Rogue Clean Fuels station — there’s never been a better time to make the switch.

The U.S. Department of Energy maintains an ongoing database of CNG fleet vehicles at their Alternative Fuels Data Center. View it here.

Once there, you can click on the type of vehicle you’re interested in to see if a CNG option exists. Click “SEARCH” for an alphabetical listing of all available vehicles in that category.