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Just thought i would add this in as we were ona about it the other day..

You guys in the US pay nothing for fuel!!




Petrol prices in the US and Europe
Country US$ per litre* (unleaded)

* conversion: 1 U.S. gallon = 3.8 litres

UK 1.1760
Norway 1.1428
Finland 1.1096
Netherlands 1.0315
France 1.0057
Belgium 0.9883
Italy 0.9791
Sweden 0.9780
Denmark 0.9662
Germany 0.9307
Austria 0.8517
Ireland 0.8456
Hungary 0.8194
Portugal 0.7884
Switzerland 0.7716
Poland 0.7590
Luxembourg 0.7572
Greece 0.7440
Spain 0.7359
Czech Republic 0.7358
USA 0.3940

Country average
 

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you guys in the US use 91 oct where as here in the Uk the lowest is 95oct and then super at 97 and opitmax from shell at 98 and BP do a 98 also...

i know in my manual for my car the lowest recommended is 95 and if i use 95 then 98 i can tell the differance after a bit of time running the higher fuel...

any other thoughts??
 

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Super unleaded is going for about CAD$1.18 per litre here in Montreal. More expensive further east, less expensive further west (Alberta).
 

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yea UK also gets better fuel milage because u guys have better gas, but ill take the cheaper route with decent milage :)
 

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I only use super unleaded 98 ron in my turbo cars and definately get a better acceleration off the mark.I find that i can get BP ultimate for only a few pence more from Sainsburys petrol station so only cost me about £2 more to fill the car up.

Sainsburys dont advertise the fact that it is BP fuel they sell but have seen the tankers filling up the forecourts tanks.
 

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yeah sainsbury fuel is ok... Asda and tesco have had some bad reports in the past..
 
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