|Highest Rate in May||Rs.94.29 on 31st May|
What is the latest petrol Price today?
The petrol rates in India stands at Rs 96.93 per litre in New Delhi, Rs 96.84 per litre in Kolkata, Rs 103.08 per litre in Mumbai and Rs 98.24 per litre in Chennai.
What is petrol rate in India today?
Fuel rates in Indian cities:
|CITY||PETROL (PER LITRE)||DIESEL (PER LITRE)|
|DELHI||Rs 101.84||Rs 89.87|
|MUMBAI||Rs 107.83||Rs 97.45|
|CHENNAI||Rs 102.49||Rs 94.39|
|KOLKATA||Rs 102.08||Rs 93.02|
What is the highest rate of petrol?
94.55 per litre. The highest rate was recorded on 14th June wherein the fuel was being traded at the rate of Rs. 96.47 per litre. In the month of June, the overall performance of the fuel witnessed a hike of 2.03% in India.
Which city has lowest petrol Price?
Among all major cities of India, Delhi has the lowest fuel rates— ₹ 81.63 for petrol, ₹ 73.54 for diesel.
Which brand petrol is best for car?
Major Indian oil companies like BPCL, IOCL, HPCL guarantee a better mileage and long-run performance of the car with their premium fuel. In India unleaded petrol typically has octane ratings of 87, whereas premium fuel has an octane level of 93–94.
Is Shell petrol better?
Their fuel is portrayed to have a higher quality and be better for your car’s engine. Retailers like BP, Shell and Esso sometimes put additives into their fuel to help boost the fuel efficiency of your car. This means that fuel from supermarkets, without these additives, could be costing you more in the long run.
Where is the cheapest petrol in India?
Fuel Price Map Of India
- Petrol. ▼ Lowest ₹85.28 (Daman) ▲ Highest ₹110.27 (Delhi) Average ₹101.23.
- Diesel. ▼ Lowest ₹83.79 (Daman) ▲ Highest ₹99.08 (Delhi) Average ₹93.46.
- LPG. (Subsidised 14.2 Kg) ▼ Lowest ₹834.5 (Panjim) ▲ Highest ₹995.5 (Agartala) Average ₹886.1.
What is the petrol price in Pakistan?
As of now, the new price for petrol will be Rs 118.09 per litre, diesel will be Rs 116.5 per litre in the country. Meanwhile, the prices of kerosene and light-diesel oil (LDO) were increased by Rs 1.39 and Rs 1.27, respectively. The new price of kerosene will be Rs 87.14 and that of LDO will be Rs 84.67.