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      11-05-2012, 05:36 PM   #8
Dan_335i
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Originally Posted by claykin View Post
In the US, gasoline is less $ than diesel in most places in the country. This is due to the low sulfur diesel requirements imposed a few years back. However, diesel motors typically get better mileage.
Isnt diesel cheaper then gasoline( like premium gas) in north america? Diesel is what trucks use right?

EDIT wow diesel is more expensive, before i remember see like 1.20per litre and 87 octane was like 1.30 or soemthing
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