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Diesel vs. petrol? Here are eight critical things to consider

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When it comes to selecting your new car there are many things to consider. In an era marked by declining brand loyalty, the “specials” and deals available at the time you’re ready to replace your car will probably play a big part. Another important decision is whether to buy a petrol or a diesel car – here are the critical things to think about. Whether to buy a diesel or a petrol car is one of those critical decisions that you’ll need to make. Here are the key things you need to think about.

-        Cost: Diesel engines are technically more complex than petrol engines, and are therefore significantly more expensive to buy.

-        Resale: A well-maintained diesel car should offer stronger resale when you come to sell the car.      

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