unleaded


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unleaded

1. (of petrol) containing a reduced amount of tetraethyl lead, in order to reduce environmental pollution
2. petrol containing a reduced amount of tetraethyl lead
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The fuel supplier said its 92 unleaded will be priced at NT$25.
The highest prices that the UAE motorists had to pay was in August 2015, the first month after the deregulation, when 98 unleaded gasoline and 95 unleaded gasoline were priced at Dh2.
Average unleaded prices across the UK reached a six-month high of PS1.
Unleaded prices have shot up in recent weeks as a result of Hurricane Harvey disrupting oil refining in Texas, whereas diesel has become more expensive as the price of a barrel of oil has increased over the past week.
21 per litre, making unleaded more expensive than diesel for the first time for more than a year.
Figures showed unleaded will overtake diesel for the first time in more than a year, as diesel holds steady at 118.
In its Service Letter 270, Lycoming specifies the extension of routine oil change intervals from every 50 hours to every 100 hours for engines using unleaded fuel, subject to further details and procedures that are outlined in the notice.
This has led to the formulation of Shell V-Power Unleaded with powerful cleaning agents to prevent and remove corrosive and gunk engine deposits thereby improving engine performance.
According to the ministry's official website, unleaded gasoline 98 will be priced at AED 1.
DIESEL is cheaper than unleaded petrol for the first time in 14 years thanks to a new round of forecourt price wars.