Gasolina is one of the most popular cars on sale in Spain, and the Spanish market has been flooded with the car.
It has also become the preferred vehicle of people travelling in the country’s south-east, a region where the country is struggling to cope with an unprecedented influx of migrants.
Read more: Gasolina – The cheapest gasolina cars article The cars are being sold for a good price, but one driver told El País that he and his friends often complain about the fuel consumption.
“In a country where people have to walk for hours to get to work, you get more and more complaints,” he said.
El País spoke to several drivers who were keen to get a better idea of what Gasolina drivers think about the car’s fuel consumption and how it compares to other vehicles.
“The petrol is too cheap and the gasolina is too expensive,” one driver said.
Another added: “I’m not a big fan of the gasola.
I think it’s very expensive.”
Carolos are expensive to buy, but it’s worth it to be honest with yourself if you’re thinking about buying one.
Carolos sell for around 10,000 euros (about $13,300) in Spain but many buyers are willing to pay that much just to save a few hundred euros.
The average Gasolina costs around 8,500 euros (or $9,500).