AGA Systems Receives EPA Certification for 2014 GM Equinox and Terrain

Apr 29, 2014

AGA Systems Awarded EPA Certification for 2014 GM Equinox and Terrain Equipped with 2.4 L Direct Injection Engine

Kaysville, Utah April 28, 2014 – AGA Systems, LLC is pleased to announce that it has received full EPA Certification for bi-fuel CNG applications on the 2014 General Motors Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain line of compact SUVs equipped with the 2.4 L Direct Injection engine.

Bryan Wilcox, Vice President of AGA Systems, explains, “This system represents some significant CNG vehicle firsts: the first bi-fuel compact SUV and the first GM direct-injection engine for which full EPA Certification has been awarded in a bi-fuel configuration. The Terrain and Equinox are among the best compact SUV offerings on the road today, and when equipped with CNG, provide the opportunity to see real savings with a smaller, more fuel efficient vehicle.”


The new CNG bi-fuel Equinox and Terrain achieved 33 MPG highway test results. AGA Systems will provide the vehicles in a choice of the Cargo Configuration (55 cu ft cargo capacity) or the Passenger Configuration (seats 5).


AGA Systems supplied and EPA Certified CNG bi-fuel conversions are used by municipal and state agencies, private and public companies and individual consumers who want to make the smart transition to natural gas-powered vehicles, now including the popular GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Equinox.


AGA Systems supplies a nationwide network of trained and certified partner installers. The Terrain/Equinox bi-fuel CNG upgrade is available from the AGA Systems installer network throughout the US.

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AGA Systems is a proven industry leader in EPA Certified General Motors bi-fuel CNG conversion products. The company designs and manufactures proprietary CNG bi-fuel systems providing vehicle owners with the many transportation fuel benefits of clean, economical compressed natural gas. Please visit the company website at:

Contact: Bryan Wilcox, V.P. Business Development


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