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Daewoo gears up for LPG sales

BI-FUEL liquefied petroleum gas/petrol options have been introduced across the Daewoo car range. The importer has made the move to soak up fleet demand for cleaner vehicles following the Budget, and anticipates up to 600 annual corporate sales of Tickford Engineering converted Lanos, Nubira and Leganza models.

Subject to demand, Matiz will also get gas treatment. The LPG models are being offered with on-the-road price premiums of £2,100 or £2,200, depending on model and petrol engine size, but up to 50% of the cost of the Tickford conversion can be claimed in a Powershift rebate.

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