Why Diesel Motors Have High Performance?
Diesel motors are fuel-efficient. Compared to gasoline-run engine, a diesel engine is 30% better at delivering great fuel economy. Today's diesel
engines are improved. They are not as noisy and smelly as they used to be. Also, they are not as bad an air pollution as they used to be.
If your truck uses a diesel engine, you will find that you can drive longer miles and fill up your tank less often. If you maintain a constant low-speed
driving, your fuel efficiency can rise to 50%. The diesel motor is durable. Even the diesel motor parts are known for their long lasting.
Torque is another characteristic that people look for in diesel motors. To meet everyday demands, drivers need more pulling power for towing and
hauling. Diesel can deliver an extra grunt. Trucks and trailers-whether horse or travel trailers-using diesel engines are very useful during race and car
With greater torque, drivers are accorded the desired acceleration. Diesel engines have more than 600 lb-ft of torque. They are heavier and carry
more carbon atoms; hence, they are 15% more energy dense. Because motors convert heat energy from fuel into mechanical energy, diesel engine
offers more power and mileage per gallon.
As we live in the year 2010, manufacturers introduced clean-diesel technology. Trucks and trailers are not the only vehicles that can use diesel. There
are already diesel-powered passenger cars and SUVs from Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen.
Because of the extra technology afforded to diesel motors, and which make them perform well on the road, diesel vehicles are more expensive. When
it comes to safety, diesel engines can deliver the same safety features common among gasoline motors. These are anti-lock brakes, side airbags and
Luxury and convenience are offered in diesel. Most passenger cars and SUVs with diesel engines in 2010 are German-manufactured. They have a
premium feel in the interior. The American diesel pickups have similar standard and optional fea