A. Because small engine cars weigh less overall than larger cars.
B. Because small engine cars have small wheels which equals less rolling resistance.
C. Because small engine cars are smaller in dimension, allowing them to squeeze into small spaces not accessible by larger cars, resulting in less time spent in traffic, idling and increasing average fuel consumption.
D. Because statistically small engine car owners are shorter and weigh less, and have smaller families (or large families and many smaller cars).
Yes, cars are consumers. They consume raw materials during production and fuel for the engine.
is the fuel consume by the the engine
Hybrid cars, and cars which consume diesel consume less fuel than their competitors. There are many comparison sites online designed to help those who may be interested in greener cars. These sites also include cars which can be purchased simply for that matter.
The 2.4 liter engine does not consume a lot of fuel compared to larger engines like the 5 liter. This engine is considered to be fuel efficient in newer vehicle models.
People often think of compact cars when they consider fuel efficient cars. But there are many midsize cars and SUVs that are fuel efficient. In choosing a car that will have good gas mileage, also consider the size of the engine and the vehicle size. An engine that is too small for the size of the vehicle may save you on fuel but cost more on engine repair or replacement.
Yes of course it can!
Many are heavy cars with powerful engines. It takes fuel to move them.
engine size is not always proportional to fuel consumption. need more data.
The engine in bigger cars are larger than of small cars as their engine is made up for heavy works.The cars engine powers denoted as CC (Cubic centimeters) as the power increases the engine uses more fuel, so it creates more pollution.
Fuel makes the engine work. The engine propels the vehicle.
Cars needs a fuel filter to ensure that minute particles of dirt and grime that may enter your fuel system do not follow the fuel line into the engine. The filter protects the engine.
On cars with fuel injection it is in the fuel tank. On cars with a carburetor it can but most likely is mounted on the engine block.