Jem Stansfield highlights the differences between petrol and diesel in an explosive way.

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What's the Difference Between Petrol & Diesel? | Bang Goes The The Theory | Brit Lab | BBC
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23 thoughts on “What's the Difference Between Petrol & Diesel? | Bang Goes The The Theory | Brit Lab | BBC”
  1. It says nothing to the fact that diesel fuel is the cleaner burning fuel or the fact that diesel fuel uses compression and glow plugs to combust the fuel inside the cylinder and also doesn't acknowledge the fact that diesel can get twice the range and three times the torque compared to gasoline. and it does not talk about how gasoline is just a waste byproduct of the production of diesel fuel.

  2. Still diesel does a much better job in terms of effieciency and engine longevity. There is no way one could replace a diesel engine with petrol in the industry or long range travel. BBC is doing a mediocre job at introducing the true state of facts as always.

  3. ive owned a 1.9diesel van since 2015, ive wrote down every amount of fuel ive put in it, im quite shocked how much i have put in it.
    considering i hardly use it, i dont work much so its not done that much commuting, often there was weeks id never use it, but still ive put in 2928 pounds of diesel.
    thats more than ive ever had in savings.

  4. From this video alone , you would think that the only difference between the two fuels was the temperature at which they evapped/ burned + how clean they burned. Stupid. Others are saying this is one of the best explanations on YouTube? Not really. Diesel is a much more economic fuel, and has over 2x the mileage per gallon than regular petrol. Why not even mention that fact? Or the fact that Diesel engines can run on virtually anything, like grease or kerosene? Not convenient for your agenda, which is clearly to portray Diesel engines as archaic relics of the past which serve only to produce soot and filth up the environment.

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