Differences Between Diesel Engines and Gasoline Engines

This is mainly due to their design and the larger energy density of a gallon of diesel fuel as opposed to a gallon of gasoline. However more oil is required to manufacture a gallon of diesel compared to gasoline. Diesel engines tend to last longer than gasoline engines too. However vehicles that operate on diesel tend to cost more when compared to regular gasoline vehicles. Usually things begin to average out if you keep your vehicle long enough. This is due to the fact that typically the diesel engine has more life and uses less fuel.
 
As far as pollution is concerned, the typical diesel engine tends to cause more pollution than that of the gasoline engine. This is partially due to the fact that diesel is less refined than gasoline meaning it is a dirtier fuel. This can be remedied some by using bio diesel if it is available in your area. However there is even a downside to that. Bio diesel has lower pollution emissions but it also has less power than regular diesel. There are also extra maintenance issues associated with bio diesel usually because it tends to dirty up the engine a bit more than regular diesel. There are numerous choices between gas and diesel cars and trucks today. If your in the market to purchase a new vehicle it would be wise to take your time and do some research in order to make the best choice for your situation.
 
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