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 maximum amount of the framework agreement, corresponding to the three years is represented by 329,742 liters of fuel or 300,464 liters diesel and 29,278 liters of unleaded petrol, according to specifications and technical proposal.
7p for a litre of unleaded petrol last Thursday while diesel went as low as 107.
10 price difference in buying a full tank of unleaded fuel at the cheapest station compared to the most expensive.
At 83p per litre, this was nine pence less than for unleaded petrol.
Chris Stern, of Paddock-based retailer CJ Stern (Oils) Ltd, said the price of unleaded on local forecourts now ranged from 96.
This was followed by Morrisons which cut the price of unleaded by 1p a litre and diesel by 2p a litre at all its 285 forecourts across the UK.
A Sainsbury's petrol station in Craigleith was Edinburgh's cheapest, with unleaded at 99.
We've got some things to work on and figure out, but I think the unleaded fuel is fine.
The drop takes the cost of unleaded petrol at the supermarket down to its lowest price since November 2005.
The price of unleaded petrol now stands at an average of 92.
That helped send the average cost of unleaded petrol up to 96.
In general, you will find that E85 is priced at or below (in many cases) the price of regular unleaded at the fuel pump.