Used Ford focus petrol vs diesel? which is more reliable

Asked by Aug 30, 2016 at 03:38 PM about the 2010 Ford Focus

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

hi im tinking of buying a used Ford focus Are diesel Engine More
Durable/reliable than Petrol Engines?
Which should i get?

Thank you.

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Neither , they are both Fords . Find a nice Honda and laugh all the way to the bank .

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A diesel will always be more reliable / durable than a Petrol engine, as a turbine will be more reliable than a diesel. The U.S. just isn't a Diesel market, (Low Petrol costs) despite calling Michigan home for more than 100 years, Ford also continues to deny its home market a large percentage of its global model range. As all manufactures do here in the U.S.

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