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Asda petrol 110.9 & diesel 113.9

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
We’re cutting the price of petrol for the second week running – and just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend.

From tomorrow morning (Wednesday 25th August) filling up at Asda will cost no more than 110.9p for unleaded and 113.9p for diesel.
The latest cut means that in the past week our unleaded prices have fallen by 3p.

Earlier this week the Asda Income Tracker revealed that the price of petrol was the biggest pressure on family finances last month.

Phil Briggs, Asda’s Commercial Director, said: “When it comes to petrol pricing we keep it simple – we try to be the first to drop and the last to put them up, wherever you live. While others are happy to hold onto higher prices for longer, and even inflate them locally where they can get away with it – we believe the right thing to do is have consistently low prices every day, everywhere.

“This summer is no different, which is why we’ve led a concerted effort to lower the cost of living for our customers – be that cutting the price of a loaf of bread, pint of milk or litre of fuel.”
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1 Like #1
This desperately needs to move sub £1 p/l!
1 Like #2
If ASDA do it then i'm sure the others will follow suit, which can only be good news!

You can check your cheapest local prices here Petrol Prices
But a lot of the time you have to factor in that it may actually cost more to drive to the cheapest places rather than your local, unless of course you'll be passing anyway :D
#3
Diesel has been that price for months at Morrisons
#4
Still massively expensive - heat added cause best price around!!
#5
glad asda remembered to put diesel down this week. as for the comment by the commercial director "last to put them up" all I can say is they were the first to put them up out of the supermarkets in cardiff only a few months ago!
price will be going up in september anyway,
#6
angela5050
Diesel has been that price for months at Morrisons


our Morrisons is 114.9
#7
Same price at Sainsbury's in Plymouth Marsh Mills, been like it for a few weeks now.
#8
cheapest near me is 1.18.9 :(
#9
awesome! will be getting a full tank when i drift past
#10
Joint-cheapest in my area, so have some heat :)
1 Like #11
Good price but Asda fuel is of poor quality which means less mileage. You re-fuel again = more money for Asda!!
1 Like #12
This is a good price at the moment, but I would prefer to spend a couple of pennies more to get a better quality fuel from Shell or somewhere similar. After reading an article in auto express, I realized that I get better mpg from a better quality fuel and thus save money in the long run
#13
why do we stand for such high petrol prices in the uk? bring back the road blocks and demo's we had about 7-8 years ago when prices went up, i was part of a 'go slow' campaign back then lol.
1 Like #14
kooltariq
Good price but Asda fuel is of poor quality which means less mileage. You re-fuel again = more money for Asda!!

What complete rubbish. I am a taxi driver and spend £600 a month on fuel. My taxi runs just as well with Asda fuel as it does with either Shell, BP, Esso or whatever fuel I put in it.
#15
bit late my local morrisons is 1p cheaper than asda
#16
angela5050
Diesel has been that price for months at Morrisons

..........not at the Morrisons I often drive past.
#17
£1.15.9 is the cheapest here :(
#18
Sainsbury's in my area (weston super mare) is also 110.9 for petrol, plus they have the 5p per litre off if you spend £50 in store, which I was earlier anyway, so I just paid 105.9ppl.
#19
kooltariq
Good price but Asda fuel is of poor quality which means less mileage. You re-fuel again = more money for Asda!!


Perhaps it depends on the type of vehicle?
#20
morrisons is 110.9 in Alloa
#21
Whoopi-bleedin-do.
#22
Morrisons at Catcliffe,Sheffield......£113.9 for unleaded.......No Asda PS in Sheffield :(
#23
bonus my local shell garage is about half a mile from the asda and they normally drop their price to match asda's
1 Like #24
kooltariq
Good price but Asda fuel is of poor quality which means less mileage. You re-fuel again = more money for Asda!!

Can you point to any empirical evidence to support that assertion? I've only ever seen anecdotal evidence posted by Joe Public on discussion boards, which is hardly conclusive.
#25
my local shell has been 110.9 for about a week now, wigan one near taybarns for anyone interested.
they always price match or beat asda and its alot better fuel quality

dont care what any of you say
2 Likes #26
kooltariq
Good price but Asda fuel is of poor quality which means less mileage. You re-fuel again = more money for Asda!!


total rubbish, what a silly thing to say... unless of course you are a conspiracy theorist, in which case .... have you seen your tap water lately?? LOL
suspended#27
shell in leeds near the macro is the same price as this petrol prices are a complete ripp off ! i travel 18 miles each way to work hate having to pay for petrol !! ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
#28
cambourne03
kooltariq
Good price but Asda fuel is of poor quality which means less mileage. You re-fuel again = more money for Asda!!
What complete rubbish. I am a taxi driver and spend £600 a month on fuel. My taxi runs just as well with Asda fuel as it does with either Shell, BP, Esso or whatever fuel I put in it.

independent studies have shown that Asda fuel is not cost effective and not good for the car in the long run (done by Top Gear 2009/Auto Express) and i think kooltariq was reffering to the mpg you get out of it...again you did mention your a taxi driver :)
#29
Honestly if your running diesel I simply dont see the point of the shelling out for... well shell but I usually put in a dose of Millers Diesel Additive. People are in two minds about this product but lets just say without it the DPF on my car regenerates a lot more often! On the petrol side of things unless youve got a highly strung honda n/a vtec or a turbo petrol running big numbers I bet it will make much difference!
1 Like #30
I think that there is something in the fuel quality debate. As this happens everytime fuel prices are posted on here, I decided to have a go myself and this is what I have found so far:

Over the past few months I have been trying out filling my car to the brim with various brands and running them until I'm on fumes. I use my car for the exact same trips to work (a motorway drive with cruise control set to 70) and found that my 2.0l petrol car will do approximately 50miles more on Shell then it will on Sainsbury's fuel and 70 miles more then the occasions I used ASDA fuel (based on a 55l fill). BP gives me a slightly lower mileage then Shell, but it was a pretty negligable amount (approx 5 - 10) miles. I'm yet to try Total, Tesco or any other brand as there are none near me and driving out my way to fill up defies the point in my view.

For years I didn't buy into the whole argument that there was a difference in fuel types but following my experience above, I think there is definately something in it.

The above is just my 2p's worth so nobody start moaning at me if they feel there is something up with my methodology! I'm not that bothered and it was more to satisfy my curiosity then anything else! :p
suspended#31
i agree that shell lasts longer than asda well seems to or maybe my mind has some conspiracy therory going on hahah
#32
unconscious bias
#33
ASDA diesel definitely the worst stuff around. Biofuel 5% mix I think. Can tell straight away it doesn't run as smooth.

Also I used to think Shell was the best, highest cetane around and all that but my local Shell has closed down and been using Esso for a while, getting around 10% more mpg, and it's the same price as ASDA.
#34
deviant83
I think that there is something in the fuel quality debate. As this happens everytime fuel prices are posted on here, I decided to have a go myself and this is what I have found so far:

Over the past few months I have been trying out filling my car to the brim with various brands and running them until I'm on fumes. I use my car for the exact same trips to work (a motorway drive with cruise control set to 70) and found that my 2.0l petrol car will do approximately 50miles more on Shell then it will on Sainsbury's fuel and 70 miles more then the occasions I used ASDA fuel (based on a 55l fill). BP gives me a slightly lower mileage then Shell, but it was a pretty negligable amount (approx 5 - 10) miles. I'm yet to try Total, Tesco or any other brand as there are none near me and driving out my way to fill up defies the point in my view.

For years I didn't buy into the whole argument that there was a difference in fuel types but following my experience above, I think there is definately something in it.

The above is just my 2p's worth so nobody start moaning at me if they feel there is something up with my methodology! I'm not that bothered and it was more to satisfy my curiosity then anything else! :p


I cane the crap out of my car (if that's relevant)... and get roughly 480 miles on a full tank regardless where I fill too.. I did think at one point that shell was better, as I got round 515 once or twice, but then I just realised that the missis had been uses the car more in those weeks..:p. (Diesel 2 litre Mondeo)
suspended#35
i have a **** 1.2 new shaped punto and its banging out 50mpg is this good ? highest i have had it doing so far [motorway driving to work] slight town usage picking the lady up etc
#36
jay_leeds
why do we stand for such high petrol prices in the uk? bring back the road blocks and demo's we had about 7-8 years ago when prices went up, i was part of a 'go slow' campaign back then lol.
aint gonna happen as the fuel protestors are condem supporters
#37
deviant83
I think that there is something in the fuel quality debate. As this happens everytime fuel prices are posted on here, I decided to have a go myself and this is what I have found so far:

Over the past few months I have been trying out filling my car to the brim with various brands and running them until I'm on fumes. I use my car for the exact same trips to work (a motorway drive with cruise control set to 70) and found that my 2.0l petrol car will do approximately 50miles more on Shell then it will on Sainsbury's fuel and 70 miles more then the occasions I used ASDA fuel (based on a 55l fill). BP gives me a slightly lower mileage then Shell, but it was a pretty negligable amount (approx 5 - 10) miles. I'm yet to try Total, Tesco or any other brand as there are none near me and driving out my way to fill up defies the point in my view.



Far too many other variables that can effect the outcome of the figures, including but not limited to: traffic conditions / air conditioning (not just on or off, but also how often it kicks in), ambient temperature, air density, driving style, tyres etc



For years I didn't buy into the whole argument that there was a difference in fuel types but following my experience above, I think there is definately something in it.



None of the supermarkets own or operated either fuel refineries or distribution points, whereas the mainstream petrol-chemical companies BP, Esso, Shell etc do. Therefore ... (_;)
Also consider that all fuel has to meet either BS EN 228 for unleaded, or BS EN 590 for satins fuel.



The above is just my 2p's worth so nobody start moaning at me if they feel there is something up with my methodology! I'm not that bothered and it was more to satisfy my curiosity then anything else! :p
#38
angela5050
Diesel has been that price for months at Morrisons
malbano
angela5050
Diesel has been that price for months at Morrisons
our Morrisons is 114.9

Our's was 115.9
#39
malbano


I cane the crap out of my car (if that's relevant)... and get roughly 480 miles on a full tank regardless where I fill too.. I did think at one point that shell was better, as I got round 515 once or twice, but then I just realised that the missis had been uses the car more in those weeks..:p. (Diesel 2 litre Mondeo)


heh heh .. If I cane the crap out of mine, fuel "economy" drops to an indicated 3mpg
So on our upcoming trip to the Nurburgring, 4 laps should create enough CO2 to kill off a couple more polar bears X)X)
#40
regardless of the standard they have to reach,dont mean they all on the standard lvl,this debate can go on for ever,but shell is better simple as,it has better additives,asda does not contain any additives at all,NON!!!!!
sainsburys premium contains the same as BP standard.

my car runs quieter on shell,i get more miles and i always drive at a normal speed,(i deliver as my job)
i have tried all fuels
tesco screwed my car up,asda makes it run like crap,bp is good but i get more miles and my engine sounds better on shell.
companies do NOT make a product for another company that meets there own brand quality.

heinz make beans for every supermarket out there,but thye use puree and not actual tom sauce,pizza companies use lower grade cheese,shell and BP dont put the same or any additives in supermarket petrol.


there has been tests done regarding ommisions in past and shell,bp came out cleanest.

my 2 cents and i aint gonna say more

buy what u want,i stick to my shell thats the same price as asda

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