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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

$1.83 Rock Hill SC

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Paid $2.59 for Propel HPR renewable diesel in So. Cal last week.


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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

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Paid $2.59 for Propel HPR renewable diesel in So. Cal last week.


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How's that working out for you? Notice any difference in performance? Curious for when I finally get my diesel.


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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

I use the fuely app on my iPhone and have tracked all fillups on my '14 Summit since new.

Here is the data so far based on 10 fillups so far:
Avg MPG: 16.4
Best MPG: 17.7
Avg price per gallon: $2.98
Avg fuel fillup cost: $66.35

My driving consist of far suburban commutes with no highway.
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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

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How's that working out for you? Notice any difference in performance? Curious for when I finally get my diesel.


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I don't really notice much of a difference, however since it's actually cheaper than ULSD, burns cleaner, and is made from renewable sources I'd say it's a no brainer.


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$1.89 per gallon in SC.
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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

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Nobody gets screwed more than California residents,
Sadly, it's Northern California residents that get screwed. Southern California gas prices are "reasonable" compared to Northern Cal.

I've seen some gas prices in Chicago and they're more outrageous than Northern California at times.
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Libtard States, (California, Illinois), = Tax anything and everything people require, in order to fund their communistic policies that are going broke in spite of it all.
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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

around $2.40 now, over summer cost me close to $70 a tank. only need to fillup every other week on average though
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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

$1.95 per gallon of 87 at Costco in New Orleans
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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

First fill-up today since taking delivery last Friday. Needed 18 gallons @ 2.38 per from Shell. Used regular (87) fuel. Total bill $43. My JGC as the Hemi and QDII.

With 300 (or so) miles on the odometer, I expect the mileage to improve. For now, with a full tank, the system is showing 375 miles to empty.
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Re: How much are you paying at the pump to fill up?

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Sadly, it's Northern California residents that get screwed. Southern California gas prices are "reasonable" compared to Northern Cal.

I've seen some gas prices in Chicago and they're more outrageous than Northern California at times.
Yep I can back that up since I've lived in the Bay Area for 25 years. Although I was happy to see the prices dropping around here recently, although not as much as other areas of the country.

I filled up at the Redwood City Costco on Thursday and it was $2.75 for 87 and $2.99 for high grade. A few miles away closer to home, the price at 2 stations right off 101 is $3.29 for 87. That's $.54 a gallon difference and well worth the 5 mile drive to Costco in my opinion.
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