Ford will be the first manufacturer to offer a Compressed Natural Gas option for a half-ton pickup truck.
As announced this week, the 2014 Ford F-150 will have an option for a compressed natural gas powered model. Natural gas has become an increasingly popular choice as an alternative to traditional gas. There is an abundance of Natural Gas in this area, and it’s also a lot cheaper than traditional petroleum. According to a
release from Ford, CNG sells for an average of $2.11 per gallon of gasoline equivalent, and is as low as $1 in some parts of the country. The natural average for unleaded regular fuel on July 31, 2013 is $3.66 per gallon.