Two or two times, everyone wanted a gasoline car, nowadays, the majority of the cars are used off the car.

In recent years, the division of diesel cars across Europe has declined, and domestic movements have evolved in the same way. According to Naudtautó.hu data, in 2012, around two-thirds of people interested in a diesel car, but last year only one third of them. The diesel scanner that was broken in 2015 has put a huge decline in sales, which is obviously a positive cause when we look at the emissions.

Data from the European Car Manufacturers Association (ACEA) shows that although the department of diesel cars in new car sales was only in 1990 but 13.8 per cent, more than half of cars behave by diesel engines. The high level of 55.7% diesel was in 2011, and in 2008, 77.3 per cent of cars sold in France were diesel. In 2017, the percentage fell to 44.4 per cent, and the proportion of diesel in the EU fell to 34.7% by the end of September 2018, which results in the sale of almost a fifth or 18 per cent in the market that was growing. Although most customers have a & # 39; Buying diesel base, they have sold 37.4 per cent of electricity, 37.1 hybrids, and 24.5 hybrid modules.

In a home market, which is higher on prices – among new cars – the diesel ratio did not meet 50 per cent, but between 2010 and 2015 it changed between 40-46 per cent with more changes. In 2017, only 32 per cent were in mixed comparisons, and last year, since 2007, only 24 per cent of cars with diesel cars had come out of mixed comparisons.

In 2012, around two-thirds of those interested in diesel fuels were broadcast with their cars used, and one third of them was not interested last year, and the section of gasoline modules also a & # 39; reduction among cars that are included.

"There is good news in the lack of diesel dedication, because gasoline is usually less about the consumption and carbon dioxide emissions than other pollutants such as oxygen nitrics and hydrocarbons, as well as black carbon crannogs which were introduced under the Euro VI level introduced in 2014. They will blow out more, which significantly damages the quality of the air, and including our health. Indeed, there is still room for improvement, as over half of the cars that are introduced are more than 10 years old; age, with almost 50 per cent of them gasoline, with Euro (no more than Euro 4) discharges in the middle of Hamburg or Stuttgart. Still models are still recommended for those who want lesser use, and their market share is bigger in the Un word, "said Mátyás Katona, editor of the automotive head of the magazine.

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