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moisheh

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Posted: 11/11/21 07:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Tallyho. How much is Diesel?

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Talleyho69

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I want to say 23.2

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Prices are all over the map depending on the source of the fuel and competing stations. Some stations have low prices because they are larger rest stops and offer many services.

In a five km radius here in Santiago,NL the prices range from 19.99 to 23 pesos for fuel.

The apps come in handy, it's a matter of getting used to them.


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qtla9111 wrote:

Prices are all over the map depending on the source of the fuel and competing stations. Some stations have low prices because they are larger rest stops and offer many services.

In a five km radius here in Santiago,NL the prices range from 19.99 to 23 pesos for fuel.

The apps come in handy, it's a matter of getting used to them.


Is it all the same grade diesel? Some is UBA others pump BA.

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Amlo is insisting that no fuels be imported. Mexico does not produce ulsd. Someone posted a Gov. Website that listed fuel prices. I noticed that it stated the fuel would be from 15 to 500 ppm. 15 ir less is ulsd
Anything over that is just low sulfur. Playaboy are you seeing 2 different pumps at some stations?

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moisheh wrote:

Amlo is insisting that no fuels be imported. Mexico does not produce ulsd. Someone posted a Gov. Website that listed fuel prices. I noticed that it stated the fuel would be from 15 to 500 ppm. 15 ir less is ulsd
Anything over that is just low sulfur. Playaboy are you seeing 2 different pumps at some stations?


Only one pump for diesel.

Diesel vehicles sold in Mexico do not require ULSD (UBA). So why sell it?

My Mexican diesel truck gets better mileage and has more power running Mexican diesel than running diesel fuel NOB.

There are some stations around me that pump farm diesel. My truck really likes that stuff.

I keep away from USA branded stations.

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