The Best Natural Gas Vehicles For Fleets

Switching your fleet to natural gas comes with a lot of benefits, from cost-savings to allowing you to rely on a domestic fuel source. It’s a financially savvy move that has been made by successful business leaders throughout the country. There are a few ways to approach switching your fleet to CNG or RNG. You can buy natural gas vehicles directly from original equipment manufacturers, convert your existing vehicles to CNG, lease them from a rental company, or buy them used.

Buying new vehicles is often the best option for fleets. We’ve pulled together a list of natural gas vehicles of all sizes that can be purchased already equipped for natural gas, perfect for fleets like yours!

From school buses to pick-up trucks, these are the best natural gas vehicles for fleets.

Natural Gas Vehicles Fit For Your Fleet


Ford F150 or Super Duty F250/F350

Chevy Silverado 2500/3500 HD

GMC Sierra 2500/3500 HD


Ford Transit Connect

Chevy Express 2500

GMC Savanna 2500


Autocar ACMD-Xpert or ACX-Xpeditor

Heil Environmental (Available in front loader, rear loader, side loader, or with roll off hoists.)

Mack LR

McNeilus (Available in front loader, rear loader, or side loader.)


Autocar ACTT-XSpotter

Capacity Sabre/TJ

Freightliner Cascadia or M2 112

Kalmar Ottowa

Kenworth T440 or T680 or T880

Mack Pinnacle Day Cab

Peterbilt 579

Volvo Natural Gas

Shuttle Bus

Champion CTS Front Engine

GMC Carriage Trolley

Hometown Trolley

Turtle Top

Transit Bus

ENC Axess / E-Z Rider / XHF

Gillig BRT

MCI CNG Commuter Coach

New Flyer Xcelsior

Nova Bus LFS CNG

School Bus

Blue Bird All American or Vision

Collins Bus Corp CNG

Thomas Built Minotour or Saf-T-Liner C2 or Saf-T-Liner HDX

Didn’t see anything that caught your fancy? The Alternative Fuels Data Center has an extensive database of natural gas vehicles for fleets. 

Natural gas is a safe, sustainable, widely-available fleet fuel. If you’ve been considering switching, feel free to drop us a dime to chat about vehicle choices and getting your fuel access card.

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