In the Philippines, we are lucky to have great fuel products such as Petron Blaze 100-octane RON Euro VI gasoline. This fuel is a godsend to car enthusiasts, primarily because of its 100-octane RON rating. Octane number is a measure of a fuel’s resistance to combustion.
Which gas station has the best quality gas?
Not only is Costco gas Top Tier certified, but it also carries the benchmark of being a Kirkland Signature product. The selling point for Costco gas is that it’s high-quality but also costs less, as much a 21 cents per gallon less.
What is the best gas to use?
It is better for your car to use 87, 88 or even 91-octane gas than to go too low. If you have a luxury car that needs premium gas, try to fill up before driving to a high-altitude location in case you cannot find a gas station that provides the octane you need.
Is Chevron gas better?
There’s no such thing as “better gas.” Companies like Chevron try to tell you their gasoline is superior because it has Techron in it. However, all gas has detergents that prevent clogging in the fuel injector, and no brand of gas is better quality than any other for your vehicle.
What octane is V-power?
New Shell V-Power unleaded is a 99RON octane fuel. By comparison, regular Shell unleaded is 95RON.
What brand of gas does 7/11 sell?
7-Eleven Inc. is dropping Venezuelan-backed Citgo as its gasoline supplier after more than 20 years as part of a previously announced plan by the convenience store operator to launch its own brand of fuel.
Is Shell gas top tier?
Shell Gasoline is also certified TOP TIER™, a higher standard for engine cleanliness and performance set by auto manufacturers.
Which is better premium or regular gas?
Simply stated, premium gas has a higher octane level than regular gasoline. The octane rating of gasoline determines how likely it is for engine combustion to occur at the wrong time. The higher the octane level, the less likely the combustion will occur at any time other than when it was designed to occur.
Is it OK to mix 87 and 89 gas?
You won’t damage your engine at all if you use a higher octane – you’re just wasting money. In North America, service stations blend the higher octane (like a 92 or 93) with a lower octance (87) for the mid-range fuels (89-91) so you’re really not getting your money’s worth.