3.0 DV6
  • £21,350
  • Year/Month: 2014/0
  • Stock ID: T103995
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • CC: 3000
  • Mileage: 50122
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
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3.0 V6
  • £21,995
  • Year/Month: 2014/0
  • Stock ID: T100856
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • CC: 3000
  • Mileage: 22000
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
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3.0 V6
  • £19,300
  • Year/Month: 2014/0
  • Stock ID: T100855
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • CC: 3000
  • Mileage: 52000
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
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3.0 V6
  • £28,050
  • Year/Month: 2015/0
  • Stock ID: T99916
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • CC: 3000
  • Mileage: 31500
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
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Maserati Ghibli Auto For Sale From UK At Reasonable Price


As A Owner Of Maserati Ghibli Auto For Sale Do You Know, Poisonous Substances Represent A Very Small Percentage Of  The Total Emissions


As an owner of Maserati ghibli auto for sale, do you know that All internal combustion engines do not completely burn fuel (petrol, diesel, LPG) and this is the main reason for the pollution? For this reason, various brands are committed to using high-quality generators, which are able to separate the water in order to offer maximum production of pure oxydrogen, to reduce the waste of current ( Ampere)   compared to electrolysis. This was achieved via a suitable coupling of the plates, the insulation, and the correct configuration of the gaskets in each cell of the device.

The oxyhydrogen in gaseous form is transmitted directly into the combustion chamber, accelerating the complete combustion of gasoline, this is the first saving concept regardless of the "Lambda" sensor. It transmits the information to the control unit of the new combustion and will reduce the quantity of fuel required. For this reason, no electronic help (chip) is needed to deceive the lambda probe.

Gases And Substances

Harmful substances represent a very small percentage compared to the total emissions of a modern bandage engine i.e. a modern petrol engine;  lots of the exhaust gas consists of carbon dioxide, nitrogen & water. The term exhaust gas defines the products that are formed during a combustion process. The term "exhaust gas" is commonly used in the area of combustion engines. In addition to harmless products such as water vapor, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen, the engine exhaust gases also contain substances dangerous to humans and/or the environment, such as unburnt hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), and nitrogen oxides (NOx). These harmful substances represent a very small percentage compared to the total emissions of a modern engine:   Various exhaust gas is made up of nitrogen, water, and carbon dioxide; however this relatively small amount of harmful substances must be made harmless. To significantly reduce these substances, the three-way catalyst was introduced.

Tasteless, Colorless & Odorless

Carbon monoxide is a tasteless, colorless & odorless gas. The bond between carbon and oxygen is formed by the incomplete combustion of the carbon contained in the fuel and is highly toxic by inhalation. After being inhaled it reaches the circulatory system and prevents oxygen from binding to the red blood cells of the blood. Starting from a carbon monoxide concentration of 1.28% in the air, suffocation death occurs within 1-2 minutes. Even in diesel engines, harmful substances represent a very small part of the total emissions: only 0.2%. 

The exhaust from these engines is nitrogen, water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide. Carbon monoxide is heavier than air and is concentrated mainly near the ground. It also occurs in high concentrations in car parks. In most of them, there are special sensors that measure the percentage of CO in the air. As a consequence of reduced concentrations in the air ( symptoms similar to those of a cold can occur. Concentration causes nausea, dizziness, and vomiting. Starting at specific levels, unconsciousness, brain damage or even death occurs. Healthy adults can tolerate up to specific CO for an extended period, while in children and patients, problems can already occur starting from this value.  there are special sensors that measure the percentage of CO in the air. 

Quantities In Oil

Unburnt hydrocarbons are chemical compounds consisting of carbon (C) and hydrogen (H). They are present in large quantities in oil, natural gas, and coal, where they have the function of real "energy containers". Some hydrocarbon compounds are carcinogenic and under the influence of sunlight, hydrogen and nitrogen oxides react with ozone. In the atmospheric lower layers, there is a dangerous substance, irritates the mucous membranes and triggers nausea & headaches. Furthermore, for decades, ozone has been considered a "suspected carcinogen". A high concentration of ozone in the air also causes serious damage to vegetation.

N2O, NO, N2O3, NO2, etc.

Besides, as a Maserati ghibli auto price payer, you need to aware, Nitrogen oxides are nitrogen gas oxides (N). They are abbreviated as NOx because they exist in the form of various compounds: N2O, NO, N2O3, NO2, etc. Together with water (also in the form of mist), they form acids that irritate the mucous membranes and can cause damage to the lungs. The only exception is nitrous oxide (N2O), also known as "hilarious gas"; however, it is a greenhouse gas that damages the protective ozone layer in the upper layers of the atmosphere.