Believe it or not I found Sunoco "Up to"5% bio at the Bloomfield GSP service plaza. Marked right on the pump.....couldn't believe my eyes.
pretty much agree, although 5% bio would give lots of lubricity.By the way, being up to 5% bio does not make it "Premium" diesel. Premium diesel has additives so basically if you use additives in your diesel such as power service or stanadyne then you already have premium diesel.
Too bad B20 could get you into a warranty claim problem if you aren't from Illinois and you tell them that is what you are using. VW only officially supports up to 5% on these cars unless you are registered in Illinois where B20 is the only thing you can find.pretty much agree, although 5% bio would give lots of lubricity.
imho, b20 is premium. tremendous lubricity, increased cetane (a couple of points), and some cleaning effect. win, win, and win. supporting a local, somewhat renewable product doesn't hurt either.
It's usually a few cents higher then at say Sunoco on the parkway but it's worth it. They use SoyPower b100 and they use a computer blending system to blend from b5 to b30 at the pump. You pump your own too.
thanks hskrdu !
but that list is out dated? I remember people posting that they got b5 from this and this station in new jersey? i can not find it with the search? to bad there isn't a app or a web site with a search for this?