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Most new cars are turbocharged, direct injected, or both, which means that these fuel-saving and performance-enhancing technologies will soon become even more common in the used car marketplace.

Both Direct Injection (DI) and turbocharging enhance fuel efficiency and performance with minimal compromise, and even more so when they’re used together by the same engine, which is becoming more and more common.

When buying a used car that runs one or both of these technologies, a few tips and checks are advisable for maximum peace of mind and minimal likelihood of unwelcome surprises.
If you're in the market for a second hand car then you should see this article about what to check before buying a used turbo or direct injection car.
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