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If the car that I’m buying
Okay, so I knew I was going to write about something fun, and enjoyable when it came to a new vehicle. Out of the 10,000 people I follow on Twitter, there are only thirty, so it’s quite easy to gain credibility that way. Then I started reading through the mechanics I keep reading about to see if the car that I’m buying had any features that might improve my life. People on Twitter. Ha!
Progress in that regard
While I already knew the difference in miles, what’s interesting is that Toyota should have made less of a difference on the carbon footprint! The good thing about the Nissan Leaf is that it doesn’t produce any exhaust emissions, as mentioned previously. I’m already pretty conscious of reducing my carbon footprint, so I was extremely excited to see how it’d progress in that regard, but it turned out a little better than the Toyota.
The engine’s fuel economy is better
The gas tank size is also around the same, although the Volt is way bigger. You’d think the fact that its engine consumes more energy should be explained why its fuel is more expensive, but it’s not a factor, because the engine’s fuel economy is better on the gas economy ratings. Oh, and one of the biggest differences between the two is the amount of gas consumed. The Honda started slightly higher than the Nissan (it used to take five more gallons of gas for the same amount of power, but because of innovations, now its cost is reduced), but the Nissan cost over five more gallons when it’s giving you almost as much power for over the same fuel, which is quite impressive!
This upgrade very worth it
It surprised me that they achieved the same gas mileage. To have the same power while driving eight miles longer is pretty impressive in comparison to some of the gas hogs I’ve seen, and if the engine doesn’t use a lot of fuel, then it seems like a worthwhile investment on my end. Even though the car I’m getting was still pretty cheap, the lower gas price has certainly made this upgrade very worth it.
Larger power system with an electric
Still, when you’re getting a car for under $30,000 that has the power you’re likely to need, you do have to think about doing a slight recuperation in electricity. To go from a small power-based car to a larger power system with an electric motor means that you’re wasting a certain percentage of your electricity, and not cutting it, in a way. At a flat rate of six dollars per gallon, you’re spending almost half a gallon of gasoline every couple of hours just on the vehicle’s mechanical running costs. That’s pretty expensive if you think about it, and it’s something I’d have to do my best to cut back as I can.
Truck in an off-road test
As I mentioned, the electrical fuel usage is very low, and of course, the fuel economy is better on the gas mileage ratings. For that matter, if it’s an all-electric car that can outcompete a 1,000 lb. truck in an off-road test, then it makes sense to buy an electric car. However, that’s because it can outperform the truck more efficiently at high speeds, whereas a diesel truck definitely won’t. Also, in a future environment, while the changing landscape of electric cars might pose an issue on how far the car is going to cut emissions, it will probably take several years to see the immediate and long-term impact it might have on the climate.
Reduction in pollution
Therefore, while it does give a slight reduction in pollution through a power source, it doesn’t affect you adversely. Since the car still uses gasoline, even if the changes made were extremely small, you still must consider the overall conclusion of my evaluation of the two cars I’m buying
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