These days, motorists have a tough decision when buying a car. Not only do you have to choose a make and model, but you also need to consider whether to get a petrol, diesel, hybrid or electric. So, if you have picked out the perfect used Audi but are not sure what fuel type to go for, read on for some helpful advice that should help you to make the right decision. 

Petrol

Petrol cars can be a good option because they are usually cheaper to buy, run and maintain. If you have a range of long and short journeys then petrol could be the best choice for you and the availability of petrol cars means that it is never too hard to find a vehicle. Of course, the cost of petrol is a concern right now (although not as high as diesel) and you must also consider the environmental impact and the fact that petrol and diesel vehicles are being phased out.

Diesel

Following this, diesel cars are well-suited to those with a high annual mileage and do a lot of motorway driving. While diesel vehicles can be a good option for certain motorists, you need to consider the cost of diesel and the penalties that have been introduced to discourage people from driving a diesel-powered car. It is thought that the resale price of diesel vehicles will fall in the coming years, so it may not be the best choice financially.

Hybrid

Many motorists have been turning to hybrids in recent times and this is for good reason as they can provide the best of both worlds. Hybrids can provide an excellent range while also helping motorists to keep their costs and environmental impact down. Hybrids are well-suited to motorists with low-medium annual mileages and those that do most of their driving in urban areas.

Electric

Electric sales have been soaring in the last few years with more and more people looking to save money and reduce their impact. Electric cars can help motorists to make huge long-term savings, plus the battery technology and charging infrastructure are both improving which makes range anxiety a thing of the past. There are also many different models to choose from these days and vehicles suited to all types of motorists. While they are currently more expensive to buy, you will find that the price will come down and have parity with ICE vehicles in a few years. 

The information in this post should help you to make an informed decision. It is always difficult when shopping for a new car because there is so much to think about, plus now you have so many choices in how it is powered so you need to know what vehicle type is best for your driving habits.