If you are comparing two trucks of the same make, model, and year then yes a 4x4 will consume more gas due to the extra weight of the axle, transfer case, additional drive line, and heavier front suspension, as well as the increased friction that the additional drive train causes. However if you get stuck in a two wheel drive truck you will be wishing very much that you had a 4x4 regardless of the cost of gas!
Yes, a 4x4 will use comparatively more fuel than a similar sized vehicle without that feature. The reason is because the 4x4 mechanism increases the friction in order to get the best traction on all surfaces.
You can look for in the classifieds section of your local newspaper, or look in Craigslist. Many people use these outlets as ways to easily sell vehicles such as 4x4 trucks.
Gas is better to use than diesel for trucks for offroading.
Most cars and trucks use a steering rack, 4x4 truck with solid front axles and commercial trucks, use reciprocating ball (steering boxes)
No, cause the heavily loaded trucks use more power than the empty trucks. I see you have the same homework assignment as me...
Yes, you can, but it will use a lot of gas and money. Yes, you can, but it will use a lot of gas and money. Yes, you can, but it will use a lot of gas and money.
I would search for low mileage 4x4,to get some good results.
Trucks tend to use a lot more gas than other vehicle types. Because of this, it is important that you look for trucks that are good on fuel and are easy for you to afford. You may also want to consider what you use the truck for. If you do not need a large vehicle, there is absolutely no reason that you should spend the money and the gas on it.
There are diesel, gasoline, propane, and natural gas powered trucks.There are diesel, gasoline, propane, and natural gas powered trucks.
A good place to find information regarding gas mileage for 2013 trucks would be online at www.fueleconomy.gov. You can also use other sites such as www.intellichoice.com and www.consumerreports.org
Under cash for clunkers, low mile per gallon vehicles were bought and then destroyed. Trucks have a very low MPG and were bought by the thousands and destroyed. This has reduced the number available for sale. With the price of gas these days trucks are seen as a gas guzzler so the market is very weak at the moment. So most dealer will use the space for cars which are the best sellers.
should we use natural gas and oil