Essay on Comparing Cars According to their Eninges and Fuel

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There are three main types of cars or other vehicles that you can find on the road driving around today. Those three types would be, gasoline powered, diesel powered or the electric/hybrid vehicle. Of those three which type of car is the cleanest? That is the question I aim to answer. There are three different questions I intend on answering to figure out which car is the cleanest. The first question will be, what type of car takes the least amount of energy to produce? Second, which car gives off the least amount of harmful gases/emissions? Finally what car will you find on the road lasting the longest, the most durable vehicle. I then will choose a winner for each category and then take a look at the overall benefits and disadvantages to …show more content…
There are three main types of cars or other vehicles that you can find on the road driving around today. Those three types would be, gasoline powered, diesel powered or the electric/hybrid vehicle. Of those three which type of car is the cleanest? That is the question I aim to answer. There are three different questions I intend on answering to figure out which car is the cleanest. The first question will be, what type of car takes the least amount of energy to produce? Second, which car gives off the least amount of harmful gases/emissions? Finally what car will you find on the road lasting the longest, the most durable vehicle. I then will choose a winner for each category and then take a look at the overall benefits and disadvantages to decide the overall greenest vehicle choice.

The first question to answer is which car is the greenest to make. All cars have, tires, a frame, seats and standards like that so I wont be looking into those details. All of these cars have internal combustion engines. That means that the fuels source is compressed with air to, that in the end give the engine power to move the vehicle. Some of the parts that all these types of cars share are: an engine block, transmission, pistons, radiators, air intake, valves, belts, etc. The main focus I will have is the different parts each car has, how much energy those parts are need to be made and how long those parts will last.

The first type of vehicle I will be looking at is the gasoline fueled

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