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Discussion in 'General OT' started by fanman, Oct 26, 2011.
i mix up shell fuelsave and v-power every 2 weeks. my cars needs at least 95 octane.
Im currently using petron blaze. On ocassion I have used Nation premium fuel which is about the price of sea oil unleaded. Also ran with caltex silver and shell unleaded before. Thanks for the tips on the independent gas stations. Anyone try Phoenix?
Finally filled up with Unioil for my Santa Fe diesel. Have also noticed the improvements that others have claimed.
Will try Seaoil next time as I got a VIP card from the Seaoil stall at the ongoing World Bazaar.
^what does a VIP Card do? I've been wanting to try seaoil too to save money, VPower Diesel is damn expensive
you got cash rebate because of the promo
pasig blvd it the road connecting shaw blvd to c5 right?
VIP card earns you points with is good as cash i think?
you can read here:
i have been using Seaoil diesel on my SUV for almost 6 months now. last week when i changed my fuel filter, i saw that the diesel in it was clear as water. and no water was found on the water separator.
as a general rule, i only use shell (regular unleaded gasoline and reg diesel) and petron (xcs and reg diesel).
We always go for Shell's V-Power or V-Power Diesel.
The cheapest kind. You wouldn't believe The km/l my 1.5L Honda City is returning. Based on my trip computer I'm currently getting 6.7 m/l. 6.7, I mean, that's rubbish for a car that's supposed to be fuel efficient. Pah. Don't think my sometimes spirited driving style helps on that, though.
will try sea oil soon, just cancel my citibank shell,
hsbc & bpi both offering credit card, which should I get? HSBC for Caltex & BPI for Petron, right? both 5% rebate? any info? saying din para konti happiness when filling up the tank of cars. hehe!
Try computing manually. Also, there are a lot of factors why you're getting that figure. Tire pressure, travelled distance, traffic, your car's load and the way you're stepping on the gas pedal.
I was actually surprised when i got rebates. Pang toll din hehe. I love Seoil's Extreme, because it is same price as unleaded of Petron or Shell, but huge huge added power! Way better than V Power and Blaze!
Usually have Manila - Makati trips which isn't so bad (even during rush hours... I know most of the back roads probably better than most taxi drivers). Usually travel alone or with a friend. Don't have any any heavy cargo... hm.. I don't even have any cargo at all, come to think of it. Probably the biggest culprit is my driving style. Whenever u see any open, traffic-free road, I gun the throttle. I love hearing that little Honda engine sing.
Mods: sorry OT na. Mini forum for petrol heads please?
have been using petron unleaded, but will probably try seaoil some time later, based on good feedback here.
loyal with Petron Blaze!
with 5% rebate from Shell Citibank, the Php 51.70 per liter Unleaded becomes Php 49.1625. Not sure if the price at sea oil is that cheap
for HSBC, its 3%. But they have a promo now of +2%. so yes, thats 5% for now.
I have been using Seaoil's X-treme and diesel for a month now. Haven't really notice any difference but, it's cheaper and the station is very close to our house so I'll continue using them.
I also use the PUV pump, I get 1 peso per liter discount.
been using seaoil unleaded on my vehicles for more than two years now. no difference IMO on performance but big difference in price. they're usually lower by at least 1peso/liter. whenever they have a promo and you use your card, that's another peso/liter off the price via instant cash rebate. they have the promo now until dec. 31
Bpi Petron card only gives 3% rebate.
Normally use Caltex due to the HSBC rebate.
Fill up gold as my car need 95+ octane... :/
Deals from Seaoil sound good! Only if they have more branches, don't have any conveniently located for my everyday route.
heads-up, there's a promo for caltex, you might win a laptop you get an entry for every P1k http://www.caltex.com/uploads/cmsnet/ph/docs/holiday-laptop/Promo-Mechanics.pdf