Gasoline Vs Diesel - 4 Major Differences

Gasoline Vs Diesel - 4 Major Differences. What's the difference between gasoline and diesel engines? Gasoline engines attempt to keep the compression ratio so that the air-fuel mixture does not rise above the self-ignition temperature. Diesel engines on the other hand use higher compression ratios, leading to more torque and better fuel economy. Diesel engines typically do not have throttles, and

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