We all understand that a diesel engine is different than a petrol engine in certain characteristics, but that is not all. The main difference that keeps these two apart is the compression ratio. Since diesel is a bit thicker and more powerful than petrol, it can be compressed to higher pressure and give out more power.
A city, traffic jams… It's a torture rather than driving: the car is stuck in traffic jams for hours but the engine hammers. The driver feels bad, hot, bored and hungry, and is late wherever he or she goes.
Every day motorists visit our site with questions "my engine smokes, what is it?", "why does the engine smoke", "the engine smokes on cold, why?", etc., but, unfortunately very often we can't give a definite