So, you’ve finally made the decision to buy a new car, but with so many makes and models out there, it can be a tough decision to make. A lot of hype has been created around electric cars, especially after the government of UK announced the ban of petrol and diesel cars after the year 2040.
First things first, identify the type of driving you’ll expect from your new car. Are you buying a car to travel to work, drive around town, on the highway or maybe a combination of them all? Make sure to keep all these factors in mind before choosing the type of engine in your new car.
Whether you want to stick to the traditional options of petrol and diesel or choose an electric car, it’s all going to impact your driving experience, your wallet, and the environment. Let’s discuss the pros and cons of both diesel vs. electric cars so that you can make an informed decision before spending your hard-earned money.
An electric car is powered by rechargeable batteries that are installed inside the car. An electric car looks the almost the same like other vehicles, except that it doesn’t have an exhaust system. They work entirely through electricity. The sales of electric cars are rising by each passing year, but about 0.2% of cars worldwide are currently electric. Some of the popular electric cars include the Tesla Model S, Renault Zoe, and the Nissan Leaf. Keep reading to learn more about the pros and cons of buying an electric car.