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post Nov 10 2005, 09:33 AM
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What is the average price of gas these days in Russia and how much does it vary by area? Ours is probably around $2.30 a gallon for 87 octane. What octanes are available in Russia?


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QUOTE (elantragt @ Nov 10 2005, 05:33 PM)
What is the average price of gas these days in Russia and how much does it vary by area? Ours is probably around $2.30 a gallon for 87 octane.  What octanes are available in Russia?
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octanes:
80 (worse only gas with water wink.gif) about 0.56$
92 (regular) used by most of all Elantra owners 0.6$
95 (super) .................................................... 0.63$
98 (extra) .................................................... 0.66$


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Is that the price per liter? If that's the case your gas is a bit lower than ours. And what runs on 80 octane? confused-scratchhead3.gif 98 octane? ... wow! ohmy.gif


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If it helps mitch, my 1989 Caprice could run on 81 octane gas, at least according to the manual.


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Octane is not figured the same way everywhere. "octane in the United States will be about 4 to 5 points lower than the same fuel elsewhere: 87 octane fuel, the 'normal' gasoline in the US and Canada, would be 91 in Europe."


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QUOTE (elantragt @ Nov 10 2005, 06:35 PM)
Is that the price per liter? If that's the case your gas is a bit lower than ours. And what runs on 80 octane? confused-scratchhead3.gif  98 octane? ... wow!  ohmy.gif
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i always thought that 80, 92, 95 is octane, but wasn't sure exactly, thats why i put (regular, super and extra) - i've seen this words in some US movies, when some characters was taking a gas on a petroll station rofl.gif

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oh , how i love using the word 'petrol'...

it makes me feel special.

"dear, i'm going to get some petrol".


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QUOTE (Cite 3 @ Nov 10 2005, 06:55 PM)
oh , how i love using the word 'petrol'...

it makes me feel special.

"dear, i'm going to get some petrol".
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QUOTE (Cite 3 @ Nov 10 2005, 10:55 AM)
oh , how i love using the word 'petrol'...

it makes me feel special.

"dear, i'm going to get some petrol".
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i think "gas" is more comfortable to use )

"dear, i'm goin' to get some gasoline" - not a variant )
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There are different methods of mesuaring octane in US and Europe
Here is a table (Europe = US):

80 = 76
91 = 82,4
92 = 83
93 = 85
95 = 87
98 = 89

So, on octane 98 in Russia runs the same cars, wich run on octan 89 in US
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QUOTE (elantragt @ Nov 10 2005, 07:35 PM)
Is that the price per liter? If that's the case your gas is a bit lower than ours. And what runs on 80 octane? confused-scratchhead3.gif  98 octane? ... wow!  ohmy.gif
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Price lower???? $0.63 per liter (95=87)* 3.98 (1 gallon = 3.98 liters) = $2,5074 > $2.30

And our incoms, guys, are not American incoms!!!! And MUCH less tax exemptions!!!

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Hi,

In england we pay £4.95 per gallon for diesel (4.546 litres per gallon) and £4.77 per gallon of petrol/gas.

I think we must pay more for fuel than anywhere else, surely!

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post Jan 7 2008, 10:18 AM
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Wow, that suddenly makes me feel better about the $1.05ish/liter we are at around here.


Do keep in mind however that a U.S. gallon is 3.78 liters and not an imperial gallon.


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