The average is less than that, I have just found out. It is about 42p.MGR_Petrolhead said:is LPG at around 45p a litre?? or is it more/less?
some manufacturers offer LPG powered vehicles as part of the range.
For example the previous astra was available as a dualfuel version, I think with the most popular 1.6 petrol engine.
$3.00 per gallon! You lucky sod! A UK gallon costs about $9.40 (about £1 per litre) but as your US gallons are only 80% the size of ours that'll be $7.52 to you.Bob S said:That's still almost $3.00 per gallon though! But, seeing as LPG also has fuel economy benefits, it probably evens out in the end. Plus, its not like petrol is any cheaper these days.
Richard, where from? Not a regular filling station i take it?Richard Moss said:I'm paying about 33p/litre for gas here in Wolvderhampton
LPG does not have all the nasty additional components that petrol and diesel have - sulphur etc. As a result, it doesn´t drop those compounds into the oil, thus reducing wear.Londonbabe said:LPG seems to cause very little wear on the engine parts. don't know why.
Of course, it's another thing for Gordon Brown to tax the poor motorist on as soon as it starts getting popular.....................:doh: .