And Where To Get Diesel Trucks For
Understand the Difference Between Gasoline & Diesel
The difference in diesel trucks for sale and gasoline driven
trucks is all in the fuel. Gasoline and Diesel Fuel are
the two main sources of energy for most vehicles on the road
today. You cannot
interchange the fuel types in the same vehicle without
completely changing the engine and fuel
bottom line is that though they create the same effect,
they are not the same thing. Both are derivatives of
crude oil and aside from the chemical differences they
are burned differently in an engine.
Use spark plugs to ignite gasoline, which is due to the low
compression ratio in gasoline engines
Typical Stroke Cycle
Gasoline and Air are combined and pushed into the
It is compressed
Spark plugs fire and ignite mixture which
The explosion forces the piston up and power to be
Burned mixture is pushed out the exhaust pipe
These have higher compression ratios, so instead of needing a
spark to ignite the chemicals burst under the extreme pressure
to make the energy.
Typical Stroke Cycle
Air is forced into the cylinder.
Diesel fuel is added.
Compression ignites the mixture
Explosion pushes the piston to power the
Burned mixture is pushed out the exhaust pipe.
Diesel Trucks for
In a number crunching and budget savvy age, diesel trucks are
beginning to compete with the new and expensive hybrids on the
Diesel powered trucks are more fuel efficient than gasoline
powered trucks and get every that extra mile out of every
gallon of gas.
Most people rely on diesel to provide 30% more miles per gallon
than gasoline will. Many people are stuck on the
loud, stinky, and environmentally unsound past issues of the
diesel engine. Do
not let them fool you. Diesel trucks for sale now
have the cleaner diesel fuel with a lower sulfur content than
any other previous mixture. New vehicle technologies are
now trapping and filtering troublesome engine particulate
emissions to assist with the clean fuel move. One of the best reasons to
choose a diesel truck is price. Diesel prices are usually
always cheaper than gasoline prices.
There is never too much information. Keep that in mind when you
have started discovering the new world of diesel trucks for
sale on today's auto market. The next step is to put all
that to work for you and your quest. The following are several
locations that have diesel trucks for sale on most
lots. If you do
not see one, find a car you like and ask to see their diesel
version in a catalog. It will be the same, except
for the better gas mileage most of the time. Also, if you live in
California, New York, Massachusetts, Maine or Vermont you will
have to purchase one out of state, due to emission laws in that
Ford Diesel Trucks
Chevrolet Diesel Trucks
Dodge Diesel Trucks
GMC Diesel Trucks
Search car advertisements
Search for personal ads that say “Diesel Truck for
Place an Ad saying you want one.
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Auto Websites or Auction Site (like Ebay