Modern LP Gas engine technology provides performance and fuel economy comparable with contemporary petrol-powered engines.
On LP Gas, torque is available at lower engine revs, which aids driveability – particularly in stop/start city driving. In some cases total torque is actually increased.
The power output of engines with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) is, when converted to run on LP Gas, usually only slightly lower than on petrol. Where possible, the LP Gas system is interfaced with the original EFI computer. While top speed may be marginally reduced and acceleration times cut by fractions of a second, most drivers would be unlikely to detect the difference.
The fuel economy of LP Gas-powered vehicles depends on a range of factors but on average, vehicles running on LP Gas use approximately 20-30 percent more fuel than petrol-powered equivalents. Remember, however, that this is more than offset by the much lower cost of LP Gas, which is typically half the price or less than unleaded petrol.
LP Gas systems fitted by an authorised installer after new vehicle purchase are generally warranted by the installer. Your insurance company should be informed of the modification to LP Gas, and you should ask them to revise the sum insured to reflect the replacement cost of the LP Gas system
LP Gas reduces engine wear, enhancing the reliability of LP Gas powered motor vehicles.
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