Cars How Dacia Bi-Fuel LPG cars will save you money

16:30  29 june  2020
16:30  29 june  2020 Source:   motoringresearch.com

Petrol stations may close due to low demand, warns trade body

  Petrol stations may close due to low demand, warns trade body Petrol Retailers Association warns dramatic dive in sales during pandemic will make businesses “unviable”The Petrol Retailers Association (PRA), which represents the independent fuel retailers that make up the majority of UK forecourts, cites a government survey claiming sales of petrol have fallen by an average of 75% across the UK, with diesel down 71%.

Secondary liquid petroleum gas tank offers 620 miles of range and could save drivers nearly £600 a year. The 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder Bi - Fuel 100 engine can run on either petrol or LPG , which Dacia says delivers “reduced fuel costs, lower emissions and improved performance without

Dacia Bi - Fuel : the LPG -petrol vehicle by Dacia . If only there were an engine that everyone agreed on. Look no further than our petrol and LPG Bi - Fuel vehicles! * LPG fuel is cheaper, with an average price of £0.51/L. In terms of consumption, our Bi - fuel technology provides fuel savings of more than

a car parked in a parking lot: Dacia Duster Bi-Fuel © Provided by Motoring Research Dacia Duster Bi-Fuel

Dacia has become the only new car brand in the UK to sell cars able to run on LPG petroleum gas – and the firm claims its new Bi-Fuel range could save the average motorist more than £400 a year.

This is because LPG is so much cheaper than petrol – 62p a litre, at the time of writing, rather than an average 109p per litre.

Offered across the Dacia range of Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV, the 1.0 TCe Bi-Fuel cars are priced at £400 more than an equivalent 1.0 TCe petrol engine.

This means that if you drive 12,000 miles annually, the Bi-Fuel cars will pay for themselves within a year.

Manufacturers causing owners ‘undue stress’ over servicing demands during lockdown

  Manufacturers causing owners ‘undue stress’ over servicing demands during lockdown A large number of car manufacturers are causing owners ‘unnecessary stress’ because they can’t get their vehicles serviced during the lockdown. Drivers who need to get their car serviced are worried that missing a check-up could invalidate their warranty. Usually, car firms penalise those that do miss service intervals by revoking their cover. Some car manufacturers have come out with blanket extensions to calm worried owners, but other brands are refusing to budge. AA president Edmund King said: “In these uncertain times, everyone should be following government guidance concerning non-essential travel.

LPG versions of the Dacia Duster, Sandero and Logan MCV models are now available, badged TCe 100 Bi - Fuel . I have two older cars , one diesel one petrol and as neither of them have any form of immobiliser I would like to fit a hidden dead switch somewhere in Our guide will save you money .

Using electricity instead of gas to power your car is cheaper and more efficient. As a way to reduce environmental impact, save money , and increase value, the combination of solar panel systems and electric cars has numerous benefits that can be maintained for years to come.

Head of Dacia UK, Luke Broad, says that even with today’s low petrol prices, a Bi-Fuel Dacia will save more than £1,000 over the average four-year PCP deal.

Once fuel prices begin to rise again, the savings will compound. When petrol prices return to around 120p a litre, Dacia Bi-Fuel models could save as much as £2,000 over four years.

What is Dacia Bi-Fuel LPG?

a blue car parked on the side of a road: Dacia Sandero Bi-Fuel © Provided by Motoring Research Dacia Sandero Bi-Fuel

LPG, or liquid petroleum gas, is sold at over 1,200 filling stations in the UK.

Most petrol cars can also run on LPG with some simple conversions – but Dacia designed its TCe petrol engine with LPG in mind, making the conversion easier still.

It is carried out on the production line in the factory, rather than once the car has been built. This is how Dacia can offer the same three-year warranty and impose the same service intervals as a normal petrol model.

Automatic cars costing drivers nearly £100 more to insure

  Automatic cars costing drivers nearly £100 more to insure Drivers of cars with an automatic gearbox are paying close to £100 more to insure their cars compared to manual versions, new figures show. On average, a motorist looking to cover their automatic car pays an average of £94.07 more than those who are purchasing a policy for their manual vehicle, data from 15 million individual quotes has shown. Drivers of manual cars will pay an average of £466 per year to insure their cars, while those using an automatic vehicle will have to fork out £560 instead.

Save £250. Dacia Dacia Duster Comfort TCe 100 4x2 Bi - Fuel RE 1.0 5dr. 5 door Manual Bi Fuel SUV. Brand new - in stock. The Dacia Duster is a mid-size SUV you can pick up for the same price as a low-end city car . That means it has an immensely diverse set of rivals.

LPG ( Liquefied Petroleum Gas ) is respectful of the environment. In the case of a 1.4-litre engine, using LPG fuel results in a CO2 emissions saving The Bi - fuel vehicles are vehicles with multifuel engines capable of running on two fuels. On internal combustion engines one fuel is gasoline or

An extra bonus is the 1.0 TCe LPG engine produces 10 percent more power than the regular car – 100hp instead of 90hp.

The LPG fuel tank is located in the spare wheel well, so boot space is identical to normal models.

a close up of a car: Dacia Sandero Bi-Fuel LPG and petrol filler © Provided by Motoring Research Dacia Sandero Bi-Fuel LPG and petrol filler

The LPG fuel filler is also located within the regular fuel filler flap, rather than an ugly plastic cut-out in the rear bumper.

How do Dacia Bi-Fuel models work?

a close up of a person: Dacia Logan Bi-Fuel LPG gauge © Provided by Motoring Research Dacia Logan Bi-Fuel LPG gauge

Dacia Bi-Fuel models start off running on petrol, and automatically switch to LPG. There is also a controller on the dashboard, complete with LPG fuel gauge.

Because the petrol tank remains, Dacia Bi-Fuel cars have a much bigger range than regular cars – up to almost 750 miles when using both petrol and LPG, claims the firm.

Overall, it costs around 30 percent less to run a Dacia on LPG than it does on petrol – and LPG also emits more than 10 percent less CO2 than a petrol car, plus fewer particulates.

Supermarkets cut price of fuel by up to 2p a litre and some knock off another 10p if you spend £60 in store - but critics say these deals 'discriminate'

  Supermarkets cut price of fuel by up to 2p a litre and some knock off another 10p if you spend £60 in store - but critics say these deals 'discriminate' Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Tesco have confirmed that motorists can save up to 2p a litre if they fill up with petrol or diesel at one of their forecourts over the weekend.Any driver filling up at an Asda petrol station will pay no more than 119.7p per litre on unleaded and 123.7p per litre on diesel.

Fuel efficient cars save you money every time you fill up. Use our fuel cost calculator to estimate your annual fuel costs. Over a period of 5 years, the 30-MPG vehicle will save you 25. LPG price.

Watch My Wallet takes a look at the pros and cons of LPG motoring, by road testing a Renault Megane With unleaded costing around £1.36p per litre, fuel costs are still a big expense We check out the LPG conversions costs, any technical issues, how to refuel at an LPG service station and more.

Dacia Bi-Fuel new car range

a small blue car: Dacia Logan Bi-Fuel © Provided by Motoring Research Dacia Logan Bi-Fuel

Every Dacia model offers a Bi-Fuel version: that’s Sandero (and Sandero Stepway), Logan MCV (and Logan MCV Stepway), and Duster.

The cheapest Dacia LPG model is the Sandero Essential 1.0 TCe 100 Bi-Fuel, which costs £9,145. A regular Sandero Essential 1.0 TCe 90 costs £8,795.

The popular Duster is offered as an Essential 1.0 TCe 100 Bi-Fuel from £13,195.

Because Dacia Bi-Fuel cars are classed as alternative fuel vehicles, they even benefit from a £10 saving on VED road fund licence.

Why are diesel particulate filters a problem? .
Replacing a diesel particulate filter (DPF) could cost more than the value of your car. Here, we look at the potential problems and how to avoid them.A diesel particulate filter (DPF) is designed to capture and store exhaust soot to reduce emissions from diesel cars. It prevents harmful particulate matter from being released into the atmosphere.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!