Oklahoma ain’t got no misssion laaaaaaaws!!🤣🤣in my country voice, in my California voice… California won’t give us anything… they regulate life itself… hahaha lmao 🤣 don’t breathe to much carbon your emitting. SMH can’t wait to go back to Oklahoma…. Amurica.
Imma run gas over diesel all day long.. just not a fan of the black nasty smoke.
Unless I’m driving a semi truck or need heavy duty equipment. I’m 100% choosing a gas over a diesel in a pickup truck, especially when it comes to the cost of fuel & repairs overtime.
I tow 12,000-13,000 pounds every weekend. I’m looking at a Ram. Can’t decide between gas or diesel. I’m going to be buying a year old truck regardless. I’m leaning toward diesel but still don’t know!!!
5 Reasons to Avoid a Gas Truck: One ☝️ reason I found you can’t fart 💨 enough to fill your gas ⛽️ tank I found out the hard way 🤓🧐🤨
Not to say these guys don't know what they're talking about, but the top 5 pros & cons were not laid out plainly. I watched 12 minutes of them talking and I still don't have any clearer idea about whether I should be considering gas or diesel. 🤷♂️
I want a diesel so bad but as a 15 year old it’s really tough to have enough money to buy a truck in general much less a diesel 😂
This is a good discussion for people interested in “newer” trucks, but when comes down to best bang for the $,…I’ll take a 7.3 Powerstroke with 6spd manual, 4x4. 😉👌
4:00 What test did he say? (I am a rookie to all truck information) What is the test name? What is the cost of conducting the test?
Does the manufacturer tell people in the manual that your truck has a Regen Mode? Because Andre said sometimes your truck won't tell you.
What is this Gale Banks thing? Can someone give me a link to learn more?
7:37 What does Kent mean about adding the weight of your truck to the towing capacity? Then what the manufacturer says is different from how the trucks actually work? I am confused by that.
Maintenance costs and purchasing costs are what keeps me in the gasoline truck world. $4,500 for injectors is just unbelievable to me. The only time I’d see a repair cost like that on a gasser is replacing the engine or transmission, and most of those will go 250k miles if treated nice. I tow more than the average guy with a truck but I think these days the gas engine is just simply worth the extra savings, even if I tow twice a week, with moderately heavy loads.
Right around the 3:00 mark, a great point is made. If you're an average person looking to buy a new truck with all the new emissions stuff, buy a gas. The newer diesel are more expensive to not only 0urchase, but also maintain, and also don't hold up as well if you're just using them to run around town.
Now if you're looking at older trucks without all the emissions stuff (7.3l powerstroke, lb7 Duromax, 12v and 24v 5.9 Cummins), purchasing a diesel IMO is the better option, as the only difference between the two is the cost of fuel, but the diesel will hold up better, hold it's value longer, and get better fuel economy, all without the drastically more expensive upkeep costs that come with the newer truck emissions
The mpg on the regen is a real issue, it will destroy my mpg. I will be averaging 18 and then when regen is done, I average 8. If I reset mpg while regen is going on, it shows 1 or 2 mpg.
Diesel died years ago. At least in the construction industry. I haven't seen a diesel work truck since 2007. All gas, mostly Ford, or Chevy.
I have a 1994 f250 5.8 L 351 w and its one of the more reliable gas engine and right now it is running great at 178000 miles. It gets like 10 mpg and now doesn't have to pass emissions and is a lot easier to work on
I think one large thing that doesn't get mentioned much...if you own a business, you're better off with heavy duty truck (over 6000lbs) for the tax write off. If the bed is over 6 feet in length, the max deduction is $25k the year it was purchased....and that can be a HUGE savings. At that savings, you can easily justify a diesel even if you don't really need it, and it'll always be worth more for the years you need another write off, trade it and write off the new truck, so your chance to maximize the investment is always there.
Why on earth do people talk about emissions like it's bad? The bad stuff is that we do not grow enough trees. Trees breathe what we do not.
I feel robbed when I put gasoline on my chain saw or lawn mower. Do I need to mention that I drive diesel? I could have driven an electric, however I'll drive diesel while I wait for MSR and / or LFTR to materialize.
Mans really threw Nissan under the truck 😅
I like square body trucks that hold a lot of weight
This is a great video. Thx guys.