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Old 05-22-18, 01:21 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by pinballlooking View Post
You pay 20% 25% more for fuel to get 20 to 25% better mileage.

Now 20 years ago diesel was cheap.
In reality I make huge savings over those pesky Gasoline cars.

If not massive always have , for a high at one point I was paying 3 cents more a liter , usually its within cents per liter either way.

Currently Fuel prices at the Co-op in my city

Unleaded - 1.46 liter (yesterday)
Diesel - 1.32 liter (yesterday)

Im enjoying some pretty good fuel prices right now compared to gas vehicles.


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