Which Engine Size is Best for You?

by Takudzwa Masvaure In Zimbabwe

A car’s engine size, also known as the engine capacity or simply CC, is the size of the volume swept by each of the cylinders, which inside combine and burn air and fuel to generate energy. The larger the engine size, the more fuel your vehicle consumes, the more power it produces, and the more your car accelerates.

Engine capacity is also measured in litres—at times you may see such things as 2.0i or 3.0D written on the outside of a vehicle, and these simply stand for 2-litre petrol engine or 3-litre diesel engine, respectively. The size of the engine ultimately decides the power and bottom-line price you will pay, so it is an important factor to consider.

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Toyota Ractis vs. Nissan Note: Fuel Consumption, Specs & More

Nissan Note vs. Toyota Ractis Comparison - BE FORWARD

The first-generation Toyota Ractis and Nissan Note are both compact hatchbacks, competing for the same type of car shopper, and both are equally popular used Japanese imports in Africa. While the two hatchbacks share many similarities, they are often compared to each since they are made by competing companies—Toyota and Nissan. Each car is wealthy in its own way, as side-by-side comparison below shows, but which one is right for you? Keep reading to find out!

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6 Reasons Why You Should Buy A Used Toyota

No matter how much we hear it, no one can overemphasize how good buying a used Toyota car is. It is sensible and amazingly affordable, in addition to there being many reasons why buying a used car is better than buying one new. Of course, in Africa price is an important factor, but what are some other reasons for buying a used Toyota?

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