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    Why is Aluminium used for the manufacture of cars other than that it is:
    1- Durable
    2- Can resist corrosion
    3- Weight and fuel efficient
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    (Original post by Mme_Bonii)
    Why is Aluminium used for the manufacture of cars other than that it is:
    1- Durable
    2- Can resist corrosion
    3- Light and fuel efficient
    4- ...?
    I need more points.


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    It's malleable and reflects heat and light well
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    (Original post by Mme_Bonii)
    Why is Aluminium used for the manufacture of cars other than that it is:
    1- Durable
    2- Can resist corrosion
    3- Light and fuel efficient
    4- ...?
    I need more points.

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    It's not magnetic, unlike iron which is (iron is converted into steel and also used to build car bodies).
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    It is more expensive than steel.

    Don't forget, some people have more money than sense.
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    It is more expensive than steel.

    Don't forget, some people have more money than sense.
    That's true, thanks!


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    Noted, thank you all


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