Consumer organization wants to take into account many variables which we may not take into account when deciding on one or the other type of vehicle Real.
Cost per 100,000 km
start with this unit of measurement to Compare the profitability of each type of engine over the long term, we can see what are the differences between them. OCU has calculated the fuel cost per 100,000 kilometers, taking into account the consumption of a car of average size and power, and taking into account the price of energy sources used in the car:
- Gasoline: 1.63 euro/liter
- Diesel: 1.48 Euro/Litre
- LPG: 0.95 euro/liter
- Electricity: 0.2 Euro/kWh
From these results, it can be concluded that, in general, with normal use for a person who is going to have a car for more than 10 years, the technology Petrol engine is more expensive in the long run,
|motor type||price difference||fuel cost per 100,000 km||km from which additional cost is amortized|
|petrol||Not Applicable||12.250 Euro||Not Applicable|
|Diesel||+ 2.500 Euro||8.900 Euro||75,000 km|
|non-plug-in hybrid||+ 2.500 Euro||10.000 euro||110.000 km|
|plug-in hybrid||+ 4.000 Euro||6.400 Euro||70.000km (25.000km chor scheme runs)|
|Electricity||+ 7.000 Euro||4.000 euro||85.000km (30.000km chor scheme runs)|
|Bifuel Gasoline-LPG||+ 700 Euro||8.550 Euro||20.000 km|
This measurement allows us to see with a greater dimension which cars are more profitable than others in the long run. this unit measures the cost per kilometer of a car Its whole life is calculated from a series of fixed costs, which do not depend on the number of kilometers traveled (such as the cost of purchase, insurance, and taxes), and variable costs, which depend on whether the vehicle is used. what it is used for (such as fuel or maintenance).
cars that have previously depreciated
Taking these results into account, we can consider that the type of vehicle first refined is LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas), a mixture of butane and propane, whose composition, characteristics, and proportions make it suitable for automotive purposes. make suitable for use. However, the main drawback of this option is the limited range of models available, practically only small models of the Dacia and Renault brands.
About electric cars and plug-in hybrids, apart from being ecological, although their purchase price is higher, the extra cost is offset by less than 100,000 km, especially if you opt for the Moves Plan assistance. Of course, the profitability has above all to do with the fact of having a charging point at home. Otherwise, the prices skyrocket if a public charger is used.