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Are Gasoline Engines Playing Catching Up With Diesel?

Recent reports show that technology has been capable of developing better and more efficient gasoline engines, which is dwindling the gap between the two types of engine and making cars that run on gas much more competent.

Reports show that diesel engines average about $0.36 a gallon more than gasoline engines in the country, which could add up to a better overall economy. Vehicles that need more torque are usually designed to run on diesel, like heavy-duty trucks. Technology, however, has developed and paved the way for the development of a series of vehicles that run on gas that are starting to catch up with diesel, especially when it comes to efficiency and torque.

Excellent examples include some vehicles that remain out of the diesel market while focusing on increasing the power of gasoline-run engines.

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