• The 2013 Chevy Silverado Bi-Fuel CNG Pickup Truck
    • CNG Trucks Technology Overview

      6 feet of Useable Bed Space

      36 Gallon Gasoline Tank

      17 GGE Type 3 CNG Tank

      CNG Filler Receptacle

      Aluminum Diamond Plate Tank Cover

    • Compressed Natural Gas Technology Side Overview

      6.0L Vortec Engine with Hardened Valves and Valve Seats

      CNG Filler Receptacles

      Shielded CNG Fuel Pressure Regulator

      17 GGE Type 3 CNG Tank

      36 Gallon Gasoline Tank


One of the best ways to improve your fleet's bottom line is to lower your fuel costs. Which is why the addition of the 2015 Bi-Fuel CNG Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500/3500HD is such welcome news for fleet managers. Both feature a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) option, which provides reduced CO2 emissions over the gas engine, while delivering full-size truck utility.

The 2015 Bi-Fuel CNG Silverado and Sierra 2500/3500HD offer fueling flexibility, with a combined CNG and gasoline range of more than 650 miles1 — the longest range available in the Bi-Fuel CNG truck market.2


The all-new 2015 Silverado and Sierra 2500HD

Each truck uses a Vortec 6.0-liter V8 engine that seamlessly transitions between CNG and gasoline. The CNG fuel delivery and storage system is covered under GM's limited warranty and is serviceable by Chevrolet and GMC dealers. Plus all major components have GM service part numbers for broad availability, providing you with peace of mind that parts will be available to keep your vehicles on the road.

In addition to lower fuel costs, they offer an impressive amount of options and configurations, including standard and long-box and two- or-four-wheel drive in all cab styles.