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10x Necter points with BP ultimate This weekend only @ BP

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10 x Nectar points when filling up with BP Ultimate this weekend only. Starts Friday 2nd to 5th June. Read More
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10 x Nectar points when filling up with BP Ultimate this weekend only. Starts Friday 2nd to 5th June.
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#1
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
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chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?


Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
#3
Surely thats £5 more a tank?
#4
bradevosprint
Surely thats £5 more a tank?


Yes sorry my mistake had 5p per Ltr in my head for some reason
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englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.
Edit. All petrol and diesel come from the same UK refineries. Just some end sites add some 'snake oil' to make the fuel snobs think they are getting a super fuel. So being a snob about supermarket fuel will not make your car get 'ummph and get a few more miles'. Go do some research before making such a silly comment.

Edited By: Zontes on Jun 01, 2017 19:26
#6
Zontes
englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.


Explain then !
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englands28
Zontes
englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.
Explain then !
As I said. "Go do some research before making such a silly comment".
Edit again. For the silly eejits. I have been driving for over 40 years and always use the cheapest fuel available. Drive in excess of 20,000 miles every year. Never ever had a fuel related breakdown. Go figure!


Edited By: Zontes on Jun 01, 2017 19:38
[mod]#8
Thanks for the heads up :D
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It's got nothing to do with being a fuel snob, BP ultimate is Octane 98 which is recommended for my car so that's what I choose to use.
you get more bang for your buck compared to octane 95.
Any unleaded will work in any car , yes but 98 and 95 are different kettles of fish entirely.
No one said that supermarket fuel was crap that's you on your high horse.
So read the statement before passing comment !
#10
Zontes
englands28
Zontes
englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.
Explain then !
As I said. "Go do some research before making such a silly comment".
Edit again. For the silly eejits. I have been driving for over 40 years and always use the cheapest fuel available. Drive in excess of 20,000 miles every year. Never ever had a fuel related breakdown. Go figure!



Petrol or Diesel? My experience with Diesel is the opposite, after a few tanks with cheap stuff an injector clogged and the car would barely run. After going back to BP normal diesel and adding Miller's additives the car improved a lot and 3 years later I still haven't fixed it the injector and had no more problems.

The few times that I had to use Esso or supermarket fuel I noticed the car getting worse again and black smoke coming out. I'm pretty sure Esso and Tesco are the same, and probably not much different than other cheap brands, but definitely not the same as BP.

As for using Ultimate, over normal fuel, you're probably better off buying a separate additive and adding it yourself. You have more control on what you're adding, with better quality, and it'll be cheaper.
#11
BenLoco
Zontes
englands28
Zontes
englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.
Explain then !
As I said. "Go do some research before making such a silly comment".
Edit again. For the silly eejits. I have been driving for over 40 years and always use the cheapest fuel available. Drive in excess of 20,000 miles every year. Never ever had a fuel related breakdown. Go figure!



Petrol or Diesel? My experience with Diesel is the opposite, after a few tanks with cheap stuff an injector clogged and the car would barely run. After going back to BP normal diesel and adding Miller's additives the car improved a lot and 3 years later I still haven't fixed it the injector and had no more problems.

The few times that I had to use Esso or supermarket fuel I noticed the car getting worse again and black smoke coming out. I'm pretty sure Esso and Tesco are the same, and probably not much different than other cheap brands, but definitely not the same as BP.

As for using Ultimate, over normal fuel, you're probably better off buying a separate additive and adding it yourself. You have more control on what you're adding, with better quality, and it'll be cheaper.


That millers additive is brilliant stuff for Diesel engines. I used to use it a lot on trips to Germany, really did improve the running of the engine and mpg went up around 7 - 10 mpg.
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Zontes
englands28
Zontes
englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.
Explain then !
As I said. "Go do some research before making such a silly comment".
Edit again. For the silly eejits. I have been driving for over 40 years and always use the cheapest fuel available. Drive in excess of 20,000 miles every year. Never ever had a fuel related breakdown. Go figure!

Normal fuel may be fine to keep your engine running but higher octane is certainly better for high performance engines. My engine gained around 20bhp on the higher octane fuels.
#13
bradevosprint
Surely thats £5 more a tank?
Are you an Auditor?
suspended#14
englands28
It's got nothing to do with being a fuel snob, BP ultimate is Octane 98 which is recommended for my car so that's what I choose to use.
you get more bang for your buck compared to octane 95.
Any unleaded will work in any car , yes but 98 and 95 are different kettles of fish entirely.
No one said that supermarket fuel was crap that's you on your high horse.
So read the statement before passing comment !
Octane 98 is not unique to BP. I give up. Be a fuel snob if you like, I really don't care.
suspended#15
brettreading
Zontes
englands28
Zontes
englands28
chapchap
Is BP Ultimate much more expensive per litre than regular fuel does anyone know?
Around by me it's 10p per litre more which works out at £2.50 more per 50ltr tank.
I would rather pay that for a bit more ummph and get a few more miles.
I'm personally not a fan of supermarket petrol.
Each to there own though ;)
Utter, utter, utter pish.
Explain then !
As I said. "Go do some research before making such a silly comment".
Edit again. For the silly eejits. I have been driving for over 40 years and always use the cheapest fuel available. Drive in excess of 20,000 miles every year. Never ever had a fuel related breakdown. Go figure!
Normal fuel may be fine to keep your engine running but higher octane is certainly better for high performance engines. My engine gained around 20bhp on the higher octane fuels.
Love to see the BHP print out. Any chance you could share that with us?!?!
suspended#16
These fuel posts are so boring as they only attract positive comments from snobby types with fat wallets.
#17
Zontes
englands28
It's got nothing to do with being a fuel snob, BP ultimate is Octane 98 which is recommended for my car so that's what I choose to use.
you get more bang for your buck compared to octane 95.
Any unleaded will work in any car , yes but 98 and 95 are different kettles of fish entirely.
No one said that supermarket fuel was crap that's you on your high horse.
So read the statement before passing comment !
Octane 98 is not unique to BP. I give up. Be a fuel snob if you like, I really don't care.


Again you get it wrong , no one said that Octane 98 was unique to BP,
If the post bore you so much why keep responding to them ???
suspended#18
"BP ultimate is Octane 98 which is recommended for my car so that's what I choose to use".

Edited By: Zontes on Jun 02, 2017 20:22
#19
mcormack
bradevosprint
Surely thats £5 more a tank?
Are you an Auditor?


No, are you?
#20
Zontes
"BP ultimate is Octane 98 which is recommended for my car so that's what I choose to use".


Yep that says it's octane 98 doesn't say it's unique to BP, Octane 98 is recommended for my car , doesn't have to be BP's .... duh !

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