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Diesel cheaper in Delhi than satellite towns, NCR residents can avail benefit of Rs 1.50/litre

There is not much off a difference in petrol prices among Delhi & adjoining cities but following Prime Minister’s appeal, if VAT is reduced by any of Union Territory or state govts, people can certainly benefit by keeping themselves updated about fuel prices.

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New Delhi: The surging petrol & diesel prices have burnt a big hole in people’s pockets. Be it officer goer or businessmen or travel junkies, all are feeling the pinch of inflated fuel prices. But, here is a good news for you, especially if you own a diesel vehicle and live in Delhi-NCR.

If you are a resident of Delhi or adjacent satellite towns like Noida, Gurugram & Faridabad, you can avail benefit of cheaper fuel prices in the national capital by taking little extra pain.

Petrol & Diesel prices in Delhi-NCR

Delhi: Petrol price: Rs 105.41 per litre, Diesel price: Rs 95.87 per litre
Noida: Petrol: Rs 105.47 per litre, Diesel: Rs 97.03 per litre
Gurugram: Petrol: Rs 105.86 per litre, Diesel: Rs 97.10 per litre
Chandigarh: Petrol: Rs 104.74, Diesel: Rs 90.83 per litre

How much will you save in one-time?

Just by getting your vehicle filled at any of the petrol pumps in Delhi, you can save a part of your hard-earned money and avail benefit of Rs 1.50/litre. Suppose, if you car’s fuel capacity is 20 litres, you can get it fully filled at petrol pump in Delhi and save at least Rs 30 each time.

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There is not much off a difference in petrol prices among Delhi & adjoining cities but following Prime Minister’s appeal, if VAT is reduced by any of Union Territory or state govts, people can certainly benefit by keeping themselves updated about fuel prices.

You can also follow us for quick update on fuel prices, if & when any change in prices is effected.

The oil marketing companies came under heavy strain following escalation of global prices from $82 to $120 per barrel and the same is reflecting in soaring prices across the country. Also, India is heavily dependent on imports for its oil needs. Currently, we import about 85% of the fuel for our energy needs and Gulf countries account for maximum share of oil imports.

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