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Just been reading that from today, Asda will be following Morrisons by DROPPING THE PRICE OF PETROL & DIESEL!

At ASDA petrol will now cost a maximum of 112.9ppl, with diesel down to 116.9ppl.
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1 Like #1
I like it, make the prices sky high then try have us think that £1.13 a litre is cheap. Better than nothing I and I suppose the days of 90p a litre will never return due to the greedy oil companies and those in politics.
#2
#3
AAARG 1.19 AT MY TESCO WIV NO aSDA AROUND:(
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Any price drop in fuel is always good but only 1p? I don't want to sound ungrateful but they could so easily drop it 2/3p, even more if they wanted to. At least it is going the right way though.
1 Like #5
great but I bet them robbing bar stewards at Tesco don't reduce for another week,always first to rise last to drop their prices.
#6
Why such a difference in price between the price of petrol & diesel?
#7
DADDY POP
AAARG 1.19 AT MY TESCO WIV NO aSDA AROUND:(


+1 £118.9 @ my local sainsburys
#8
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.
And for that reason,
I'm Out
#9
This is a 2p reduction for me. Tesco, Sainsburys and ASDA are all equally convenient in my area and ASDA were alerady the cheapest, guess where I will going.
#10
An extra excuse to go to Asda, heat added :-)
#11
Excellent. Thanks OP.

Heated.
#12
Damnit, petrol and diesel are moving apart in price again.
#13
Diesel 115.9 at my local Sains
#14
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.And for that reason,I'm Out

Agree! Supermarket fuels are worst.
1 Like #15
Hancock
Why such a difference in price between the price of petrol & diesel?


There's more tax on Diesel. Also modern ultra low sulphur diesel costs more to produce than normal petrol (although this wasn't the case 15 years ago)
#16
I didn't see the post and went to Asda to get some petrol...I hope it continues to go down in price!
#17
Rimi
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.And for that reason,I'm Out


Agree! Supermarket fuels are worst.


Aye. If you have an old banger (like me) supermarket fuel is fine bur for newer cars Honest John in the Telgeraph http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/ always recommends BP as the best for modern engines
#18
Good for those who like supermarket value petrol/deisel, but after research was carried out (by Top Gear and AutoExpress-May Issue) Morrisons joint Sainsbury was last with Asda and Tesco to follow and Shell was 1st. These cheap oils give less performance less MPG so no savings as your more frequently visiting to fil up and they have more gunge in them which over the time = costly bills for repair.
#19
Rimi
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.And for that reason,I'm Out
Agree! Supermarket fuels are worst.

On what basis ?. Different additives ?, they all come from the same refinery. What proof do you have that states 'supermarket fuels are the worst' ?. I'm not having a go, just interested
#20
Hagwag
Hancock
Why such a difference in price between the price of petrol & diesel?


There's more tax on Diesel. Also modern ultra low sulphur diesel costs more to produce than normal petrol (although this wasn't the case 15 years ago)


Actually the duty is exactly the same

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/budget2009/bn66.pdf > page 1

Well I guess technically there is a bit more VAT because it is more expensive but the duty is exactly the same.
#21
Daveaka
Rimi
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.And for that reason,I'm Out
Agree! Supermarket fuels are worst.


On what basis ?. Different additives ?, they all come from the same refinery. What proof do you have that states 'supermarket fuels are the worst' ?. I'm not having a go, just interested


There was an incident a year or two back when people (think it was mostly on the south coast) who had filled up at supermarket stations started having engine troubles.
#22
Damn it.... 38 Miles to nearest asda petrol station!
Local garage is 121.9p for petrol, 117.9p at Sainsbury's, the cheapest price 20 miles radius of home :(
#23
Morrisons petrol 115.9 in Bromsgrove today :-( no price cuts noticed here!
#24
ctafield
Daveaka
Rimi
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.And for that reason,I'm Out
Agree! Supermarket fuels are worst.


On what basis ?. Different additives ?, they all come from the same refinery. What proof do you have that states 'supermarket fuels are the worst' ?. I'm not having a go, just interested


There was an incident a year or two back when people (think it was mostly on the south coast) who had filled up at supermarket stations started having engine troubles.


Happened to me - my Focus needed a new oxygen sensor, possibly caused by dodgy fuel from Tescos in Newmarket, Suffolk.
#25
This is going to get very hot. Have some more Heat
#26
Great stuff i hope we see it go down and down.
1 Like #27
There was an incident a year or two back when people (think it was mostly on the south coast) who had filled up at supermarket stations started having engine troubles.

This incident was due to a dodgy tanker that contaminated the fuel and nothing to do with the supermarkets. The fuel that they get is exacually the same as the main forecourt stations and its from the same refinery. It's just the mind set of some people that think if it's from a Supermarket filling station, it must be tainted or lesser quality fuel.
#28
Its been 116.9 at ASDA round here for a while, ASDA diesel is garbage though, utter rubbish. It consistantly gave poor MPG in my 57 plate 2.0 TDCI Mondeo, my new car a 59 plate Mazda 2.2 TD again it gives aweful economy (39 as instead of 44 from Shell), and also my other halfs Megane 1.5Dci it performs badly & gives poor MPG
#29
Daveaka
Rimi
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.And for that reason,I'm Out
Agree! Supermarket fuels are worst.


On what basis ?. Different additives ?, they all come from the same refinery. What proof do you have that states 'supermarket fuels are the worst' ?. I'm not having a go, just interested


Yes, I'd like to see a link to this, too. I did a quick Google search but who know how reliable these sources are... most of the results are just user forums (like this one).
#30
catto01
There was an incident a year or two back when people (think it was mostly on the south coast) who had filled up at supermarket stations started having engine troubles.This incident was due to a dodgy tanker that contaminated the fuel and nothing to do with the supermarkets. The fuel that they get is exacually the same as the main forecourt stations and its from the same refinery. It's just the mind set of some people that think if it's from a Supermarket filling station, it must be tainted or lesser quality fuel.

Wrong, it might come from the same refinary but the additives are completely different.
#31
It's hot in the sense that it's the lowest in the market... but i filled up yesterday at shell for £1.18 a litre for diesel. My car will take 50 litres of fuel so i am saving 50p per tank or 50p per 500 miles or 0.01p per mile... not really worth my time queueing up behind the other 500 fuel lovers thinking it's an amazing deal.
#32
ctafield
There was an incident a year or two back when people (think it was mostly on the south coast) who had filled up at supermarket stations started having engine troubles.


I remember this. However, I have a "this could have happened to any of the fuel resellers" feeling around this issue, unless the supermarkets ask the suppliers to skimp on QC to reduce costs?
#33
I'd be interested to know if there is any difference. I can remember wasting loads of money on one car I bought by putting Shell Optimax in it everytime. I look back now and think what an idiot!
Perhaps there is a noticable difference in fuel qualities between supermarkets and the main petrol stations but I'm not convinced, think its all in the mind! Clever marketing too.
Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Asda don't own any oil refineries as far as I know so all comes from the same place. The Esso/Exxon refinery near me has Esso and Tesco tankers coming in and out.
#34
Hancock
Why such a difference in price between the price of petrol & diesel?


Apparently it takes longer to refine.... funny though as when i grew up diesel was always cheaper than petrol
#35
i also think diesel is now in more demand so the price is higher, ie freight etc

hope this starts a summer price war and petrol drops below £1.10
#36
90p a LITRE?
I used to get 4 GALLONS for a £ !!!!
#37
Go veg oil, no fuel duty or VAT, 70p - 80p/litre....DONE! ;-P
#38
i can categorically assure you the supermarket i worked for, made daily payments in full for the next days expected fuel deliveries to all the major oil compaines inc esso, shell, bp, texaco etc etc.

The bull that goes on about fuel snobbery.. get a grip.
Next we'll be told the jet fuel ryanair and easyjet use is only parafin ;0)
#39
Julan
I'd rather pay a bit more for better quality fuel, i found my mpv was not as smooth and responsive the last time i used fuels from asda.
And for that reason,
I'm Out


+ 1. I also find CO-OPs fuel to be the absolute worst in quality!
#40
Ok, it's a step in the right direction, but would any other 'deal' that was announcing a 0.85% price drop get this hot?

60L of Diesel will now cost me £70.14 whereas yesterday it cost me £70.74 .....

Yay...

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