Three days ago a Pilot station was at $2.39. I looked yesterday and it was $2.49 even befor they knew refineries were in path of Hurricane.Look for prices to go up as the hurricane heads for the refineries at the TX/LA border. Predicting at cat4 hurricane at landfall now.
Above has been the norm all summer. ..Diesel went up $0.20 a gal this week in Denver . On Friday I saw it priced from $2.899 to $3.099
I was curious because, as gasoline cars get more efficient, whether or not the fuel cost per mile is approaching what diesels cost to run. If the pricing is that close perhaps not.Does it really matter what regular gasoline costs? or premium? or propane? or natural gas?
I agree with you completely, I thought diesels were the most efficient and that was it. My misses got the 15 golf with 1.8t AND aisin slush box - it does around 5l per 100km on the highway just like my jetta, sometimes 4.3l or less when its using stratified mode. Granted I noticed it only uses stratified mode when on light/ cruise load but I was genuinely surprised.I was curious because, as gasoline cars get more efficient, whether or not the fuel cost per mile is approaching what diesels cost to run. If the pricing is that close perhaps not.
That's cheap. Perhaps not worth the drive for me, but I'll tell my co-worker in Raynham.1.899 in Foxboro, MA - Prestige Gas. it's cheaper than the gas (1.959). I'm not sure if this will be the standard price, but it's been like that for a while and sure draws a lot of diesel folks. The pumps are always hot.