5 Reasons to Avoid Buying a Turbocharged Car

For those looking to get into a new car, there are all sorts of decisions to be made. ...

For those looking to get into a new car, there are all sorts of decisions to be made. One of the most important aspects of any vehicle purchase is what kind of power is under the hood. Depending on the use, there are definitely different ways to go about tackling it. For example, somebody who wants to tow a heavy load might go with a diesel-powered truck. On the other hand, if fuel economy is important, something like an electric car or a hybrid would probably do the job the best.

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What happens if somebody wants to get into a turbocharged car, though? The turbocharged application certainly does offer up a lot of benefits. That’s not exactly what we’re going to be talking about this time, though. The benefits of a turbo are pretty well known. This time, though, we go through the disadvantages one might find in a turbocharged car. Trust me, they definitely exist and are worth noting for anyone considering a purchase like this.

This time, with our host over at Engineering Explained, we go over a couple of reasons why one might want to avoid a turbocharged vehicle. From maintenance costs all the way to power production, there are some considerations to make. Said consideration might make an enthusiast or even a common buyer want to sway away from a decision like this.

By following along with the video below, we get the rundown on five reasons why a turbocharged car might not be for you. On the other hand, though, getting into boost can prove to be a lot of fun. The best way to decide if something like this is the best option is to arm yourself with as much information as possible. This list of cons might just make the picture a little bit clearer.

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