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I went to fill the P5 today and discovered that 87 E10 had jumped 20 cents a gallon since yesterday to $2.19/gal. No big surprise as we've seen daily fluctuations greater than that in 24 hours around here all the time. The surprise was diesel was $2.09/gal. I can't remember the last time diesel being cheaper than gasoline.
 
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Yep - diesel is cheaper here too, ever since gasoline started going up for no reason.
 

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Diesel and regular (85 octane) unleaded are running neck and neck around Denver.
 

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Diesel is around .20 to .25 cents cheaper in the Indy area depending upon what station, I filled for 1.79 a few days ago.
 

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I'm just not looking forward to paying for Premium here soon...if I even decide to drive the stupid car. Gotten used to regular (Cav) and diesel (Cruze) pricing...
 
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Diesel here in Portland, OR has been at or below 87 E10 for the better part of 18 months now. Granted, diesel varies more than gas from location to location, but diesel is pretty easy to find for less than gasoline here.
 

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It is here too!

Montreal area, Quebec, Canada.

About 0.03 per liter.
 

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Diesel generally gets cheaper in the summer months as demand for winter heating oil goes down. Meanwhile demand for gasoline surges in the spring and summer months as the vacation and driving season get into gear. In Florida its always much closer in price or diesel being cheaper during the summer due to this.

Cheers, enjoy the cheap summer blend diesel.
 
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