How Much Do You Pay for Fuel?

Discussion in 'Automotive' started by VWlove38, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. VWlove38

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    I have been wondering this for a while. As we all come from different places around the world, we all pay different amount of money for fuel. I think we need to have this thread just for fun (and curiosity). Each person replying to this thread has to mention how much fuel they pay for dollars per liters.
    For example, I will start: Yesterday I fueled my car when the price for 1 liter of 95 octane (the lowest octane available) petrol was 6 NIS (New Israeli Shekel). That translates to 1.69 dollars per liter. Or 6.39 dollars a gallon for all you American folks (!).
    So, how much do YOU pay for fuel?
     
  2. thegregfranklin

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    Currently for 87 Octane, Toronto Ontario is at $1.13 per litre.
    I need premium and I think its just over $1.30 for 93 Octane right now. Cool thread idea!
     
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  3. Peterbilt

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    As of today, 87 octane was $2.36, 89 was $2.45 and 91 was $2.52 a gallon, and diesel was $2.78 a gallon.

    Or in foreign metric speak, 87 was $0.62, 89 was $0.64, 91 was $0.66, and diesel was $0.73.




    Oh, I forgot about the place with E85, and while I can't remember what it was today, last time I looked it was $1.91 a gallon, or $0.50 a liter.
     
  4. AdamB

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    I fill up for $2.02 a gallon. ($2.07 if i don't use my sam's club membership card :))
     
  5. CreasingCurve

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    You American folk get it way too good. Here in Adelaide, Australia, i recently filled up for 108.9 cents per litre of 91 unleaded (the lowest quality fuel you can buy) and that was coming down from about a month of about 130-140 cents per litre.
     
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  6. Peterbilt

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    I guess I can throw this in in too, I've got a friend who runs his mud truck on propane, and he was paying somewhere around a $1.70 for that, as of a week ago.


    In my buddy's truck with a 12.1 355 SBC, we ran a blend of 93 octane, and 113 octane from VP, and the 113 was $10.95 a gallon.
     
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  7. Rainvest

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    $2.64 for premium. $2.29 for diesel.
     
  8. CreasingCurve

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    Well yeah, its race fuel. One of my dads friends that races a 600+ CUI pontiac V8 in his 57 chevy drag car pays about $15 per litre for Roo16 from VP. Runs around an 8.6-8.7 quarter.
    Per gallon or per litre?
     
  9. Rainvest

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    Gallon
     
  10. skodakenner

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    to fill my car completly up i pay around 70 euros most of the time the liter costs around 1.30 euros per liter for the worst wich is 95 my car drives with 98 so its 1.38 euros. A couple of years ago it was up to 1.56 for 95 and 1.60 for 98
     
  11. Bison

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    Kansas has unleaded at $2.19, premium (minimum octane 91) at $2.39, and on-road diesel at $2.29. Off-road (not taxable) diesel at $1.81. The '55 is usually around 20 dollars a fill up. The Turbo Coupe uses premium and fills up near 30 dollars.
     
  12. NistingurA

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    Too much
     
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  13. Tbonedude

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    Here in Ohio, USA, the price fluctuates a lot. Prices are even different from town to town. Lowest price I've seen in a while is $2.06 for a gallon of 87 octane. Most expensive was $2.68 for that same gallon.

    In my Nissan Altima (2009 for those curious) it costs around $35 to fill the tank (20 gallon tank). My mom has a 2013 Toyota Prius, and when she fills up (less often than my Altima, I must note) it's usually around $15 (11 gallon tank).
     
  14. D-Troxx

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    Currently I pay in the Netherlands €1,46/Liter and in Germany €1,36/Liter.
     
  15. marijn123@lol

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    jep that is right
     
  16. chris_lucas

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    €1.50/liter - $6.32/gallon
     
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  17. Fera

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    $0. Because I don't have a car.
     
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  18. TomiL88

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    Too much. About 1.20-1.40€/L diesel and 1.40-1.50€/L 95E10 octane
    PLUS I pay 460€ per year taxes (diesel/vehicle tax) just to own my car and about 1000€ insurance.
     
  19. killstreak451

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    $2.00 usually
     
  20. GLion

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    1.89$/ gallon for our 95 octane.
     
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