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    Difference between speed petrol and normal petrol

    Can anyone explain me what is the difference between speed and normal petrol? Because I have heard from many people that if we use speed the mileage increase and it is beneficial for engine also.

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    Can't state accurately what's diverse - it may also be that the petrol pump is cheating (i.e., filling the subversive tanks meant for speed with normal petrol. None for passenger cars, practically. No unenthusiastic effects of using normal petrol in passenger cars. No difference, I'd presume apart from the brand names.

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    The premium fuels i.e. Diesel/Petrol is theoretical to have special additives in the normal fuels which help in keeping out carbon particles from sticking in the engine. How much do they really help has a big query mark, nobody is sure about the answer. Many manufacturers carry using premium fuels in their cars while many simply say NO to them. Check-out your manual and follow it. My proposal is, you use normal Diesel.

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    Speed is India's first branded petrol. Which was launch in 2002 by Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL), the brand assured in the concept of positioning and separation in the Petroleum marketing which was by nature a product? Speed is marketed as high performance petrol. Speed is the combine of petrol with high speed additives sourced from Chevron Texaco. The additives are expected to increase the performance of the vehicle. In that sense, Speed has been very victorious in creating a niche in this market. The brand is said to be causative 25% of the total petrol sales of BPCL. Speed is said to have 50% share in the branded petrol section.

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    Hi Guys,
    Speed is very good high performance petrol. I had been using Speed high performance petrol in my Maruti Suzuki SX4 zxi since its beginning(date of birth) and I am very happy with its smoothness and performance. So I suggest you speed premium petrol but plase donot go for HP Turbojet. It is a very bad fuel. It is creating a lot of smoke in my Zen lx. Recently, I changed to Indian Oil Premium Petrol in my Zen and its now running with less smoke now.

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