In Oklahoma, awards given through the multi-state RFP will result approximately in 16 percent reduction in cost for ¾ ton CNG pick-ups, a $5,800 savings; 8 percent reduction for CNG compact sedans, a $2,100 savings; 4 percent savings on CNG transit cargo vans, a $1,200 savings; 8 percent reduction on ¾ ton CNG vans, a $2,700 savings; 11 percent reduction on 1 ton CNG vans, a $3,700 savings.
Additionally, states will now have opportunity to purchase at least one model truck with improvements in functionality. A ¾ ton pick-up with a fuel tank underneath the vehicle, as opposed to in the rear, will now be available for state purchase. Moreover, both governors hope to eventually add awards for four door sedans and ½ ton pickup trucks, the two most popular models in the private sector.
Source: Governor Mary Fallin