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Diesel vehicles

Most new diesel vehicles are designed for commercial or heavy-duty use, so if towing or hauling are common for you, a diesel-powered vehicle could be a good fit.

Diesel fuel contains more energy per gallon than gasoline giving diesel-powered engines higher levels of torque.

Type hero Diesel Ford F-250 SD Lariat

FAQs about diesel-powered vehicles

Gas engines can't process diesel fuel, so if you mistakenly put it in your gas-powered car, you'll want a tow to a service center to have it drained. Think of it like eating a toy car; your body is not going to be happy and you need to get it removed as soon as possible. To discourage this mistake, diesel nozzles are bigger than gasoline nozzles.

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