Sorry for another Diesel v Petrol thread. Here are the facts first: Annual mileage:8K Daily use: commute to and from work/Home Route: A roads to city centre (non motorway) Current car: 52 Reg 1.4 Petrol Corolla (68K on clock), averaging 35-40mpg Works required for next MOT: New Clutch, front and back discs and all pads. Car only worth £1,500-£1,800, so instead spending to sort out the clutch and brakes, thinking changing to an 07-08 Corolla Verso, yes sticking to Toyota, so reliable and boring I know, but you cannt fault Japanese cars! So do I go for a Petrol or diesel Verso, considering the mileage I do a year, I am sure many will say not worth going for a diesel. But the 1.8 Petrol will do less MPG compared to my Corolla which is not great either, so prefer 40+ mpg on any car I choose from now. Noticed that Diesel now costs around £0.09 more than unleaded, so to fill up a full tank will cost over £5 more which can buy me roughly 4 litres more unleaded and take me further so to speak. How do I decide? Just based on the MPG?