Hess is the world's most bizzarre gas company. They've got maybe twelve stations, about 9 of them in Mass. However if you watch tv in mass they manage to advertise as much as any other oil company. They also put out commerative toy trucks every year year at Christmas time. My granmother always used to buy us one every year.What is this HESS? Is it just something you have in Mass and not in Maine? That wouldn't make sense. It must be an abreviation I'm not aware of...
As long as you're talking about the same octane levels, gas is gas is gas. They all have basically the same additives.cheeky_boy said:I tryed 3 of them and don't see any difrance which one is the best!
Gawd, that stuff is great! I've been trying to find the Sunoco Ultra for a while and haven't found any in my neck of the woods. Isn't that actually 94 octane?G96nt said:and as an aside: I've been using sunoco ultra-93 lately in stead of HESS-93, and my MPG has gone from ~26 mixed Average to ~30 mixed average.
it would all probably be higher, but I drive ~80MPH in my commute, and I'm pretty heavy-footed.
it used to be 94.. they changed it to 93....=0/mike saunders said:Gawd, that stuff is great! I've been trying to find the Sunoco Ultra for a while and haven't found any in my neck of the woods. Isn't that actually 94 octane?
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