Our Fuels

Servicing thousands of Australians every day, we are committed to providing motorists with consistent, reliable, high-quality fuels. Through a flexible supply chain, we have established a reputation for providing customers with premium fuels and lubricants.

Whether it’s fuel for your car, motorbike, truck or lawnmower, our extensive range of high-performing fuels have got you covered. Click on each of the products below to learn more.

Unleaded 91

What is it? 

Regular Unleaded 91, also referred to as ULP 91, is the most common fuel type in Australia with a Research Octane Number (RON) of 91. Unleaded 91 is highly refined and designed for use in most motor vehicles. 

 

What are the benefits?

Commonly the most cost-effective fuel type, Unleaded 91 fuel has proven performance in unleaded vehicles by eroding compounds that form in tanks which affect exhaust systems and spark plugs. This can result in reduced maintenance costs. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

Unleaded 91 fuel is blended to meet the requirements of most modern engines, as well as two-stroke and four-stroke engines. Most unleaded vehicles built or imported since 1986 can operate on Regular Unleaded 91. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using Unleaded 91.

Premium Unleaded 95

What is it? 

Premium Unleaded 95, also referred to as PULP 95, is high octane fuel with a Research Octane Number (RON) of 95. Most modern unleaded vehicles can operate on Premium 95. 

 

What are the benefits?

● Premium 95 octane petrol is designed to be more fuel-efficient through reduced fuel consumption, smoother engine operation and improved driving performance.

● Blended to help cars perform their best, Premium 95 Octane deters carbon deposits and helps reduce fuel consumption: improving engine performance and efficiency. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

For correct in-service operation and to meet current emission standards, many modern vehicles require Premium Unleaded, as these cars will be fitted with engines that will require a higher octane of fuel for maximum efficiency and performance. This fuel grade is better suited for cars with higher compression ratios, ensuring optimal efficiency as fuel will be igniting at the ideal time in the cylinder. The increased octane has the benefit of reduced friction and in-built rust inhibitor to delivering further enhanced engine performance. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using Premium Unleaded 95.

Premium Unleaded 98

What is it? 

Premium 98 octane petrol, also referred to as PULP 98, is the highest octane available in petroleum products with a Research Octane Number (RON) of 98. Restore the performance of your engine with our best performing Unleaded grade. 

 

What are the benefits? 

● Premium 98 delivers greater engine performance, higher engine power and less pollution through fewer emissions.

● With the highest octane rating of 98, Premium Unleaded performs improved engine capability and optimal fuel economy, as your engine will be operating at maximum efficiency.

● An octane of 98 breaks down engine carbon deposits as well as prevents new ones from forming in the near future, ultimately resulting in a reduction of built-up of engine residue and lower maintenance costs. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

Premium 98 is suitable for all vehicles that operate on Unleaded petrol. A Research Octane Number (RON) of 98 is generally a requirement for modern engines with advanced engine management systems. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using Premium Unleaded 98.

Diesel

What is it? 

A fast-growing market in Australia, Diesel offers a safe alternative to petrol-based products, igniting your vehicle without any spark. Diesel fuel releases more energy on combustion than equal volumes of petroleum, generally offering diesel engines better fuel economy than petrol engines. 

 

What are the benefits?

Efficiency has long been a hallmark of diesel engines, providing improved fuel economy and lower few consumptions compared to equal volumes of petrol.

With adoption of cleaner engine technologies, running a diesel engine now means producing fewer greenhouse emissions as it burns much slower than a vehicle using regular petrol. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

Speedway Diesel is suitable for all diesel engines, in both automotive and industrial applications. It is important to note that Unleaded engines cannot operate on Diesel fuel, and vice versa. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using Diesel fuel.

Premium Diesel

What is it? 

Our best performance fuel for diesel vehicles, Speedway Premium Diesel actively cleans your tank for optimal power and efficiency. Our special blend helps fuel injectors stay clean to ensure your diesel engine operates at its best. 

 

What are the benefits?

Speedway Premium Diesel combines advanced additives that maximise the performance of your engine, cleaning your tank as you drive.

Offers a smoother drive whilst reducing the risk of breakdowns and maintenance costs.

With the adoption of cleaner engine technologies, running a diesel engine now means producing fewer greenhouse emissions as it burns much slower than a vehicle using regular petrol. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

Premium Diesel is suitable for all diesel engines, in both automotive and industrial applications. It is designed for motorists who want to restore and maintain engine power through active engine protection. It is important to note that Unleaded engines cannot operate on Diesel fuel, and vice versa. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using Premium Diesel.

Unleaded E10

What is it?

Ethanol, also referred to as Unleaded E10, is ethyl alcohol made by the fermentation of sugars in certain plants such as corn or sugarcane. It consists of a blend of 10% ethanol and 90% unleaded petrol, increasing its Research Octane Number (RON) to 94.

 

What are the benefits?

● Due to its unique blend, Unleaded E10 is more renewable than regular unleaded grades as it offsets greenhouse gas emissions, decreasing your carbon footprint.

● Derived from renewable resources, it is generally more cost-effective compared to other petroleum fuels.

 

Who is it suitable for?
Unleaded E10 is blended to meet the requirements of most modern engines, with a minimum Research Octane Number (RON) of 94. The presence of renewable sources makes this fuel-grade suitable for those who are environmentally conscious and are trying to reduce their carbon footprint. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using Unleaded E10.

LPG Autogas

What is it?

LPG, commonly called LPG Autogas, combines a blend of propane and butane to form a clean-burning liquified gas. It has the highest octane available with a Research Octane Number (RON) over 100. 

 

What are the benefits?

● As there are lower emissions compared to conventional fuels, LPG gas is recognised as being more environmentally-friendly – reducing your overall carbon footprint.

● It is the most cost-effective fuel, reducing maintenance and running costs.

● Auto LPG fuel octane ratings over 100 allow for higher compression ratios, which can increase power output. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

LPG gas is suitable for engines that comply with the Australian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association specification. It is most important that the vehicles used with autogas are properly optimised for LPG use. Always refer to your owner’s manual before using LPG Autogas.

AdBlue®

What is it? 

AdBlue® is a diesel exhaust fluid used in modern trucks that employ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. This technology has been adopted by vehicle manufactures to help meet the latest requirements on diesel engine emissions. 

 

What are the benefits?

Diesel cars release nitrogen oxide (NOx) into the air, which can be harmful in abundance. AdBlue® was created to break down the NOx in exhaust gasses into harmless elements before they are expelled from the car.

When the car’s engine is running, tiny amounts of AdBlue® are squirted onto the exhaust gas produced, turning the nitrogen oxide into nitrogen and water, reducing the level of oxides of nitrogen emitted from engines. 

 

Who is it suitable for? 

AdBlue® is an addition to diesel cars only, and should not be used on any other fuel type. If your vehicle is equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction technology, it will require an additive such as AdBlue® to be operational. Never add AdBlue® directly into your fuel tank. There is a separate tank for AdBlue® which is generally located next to the fuel tank. Consult your vehicle manufacturer or owner’s manual before using AdBlue®.

Quality Assurance

Speedway Petroleum has a strong commitment to safety and compliance in all of our operations. We understand that customers cannot afford to compromise on quality, which is why Speedway fuel is backed by our Speedway Quality Guarantee. Our fuels adhere to the Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000 and our internal management system is aligned with ISO 9001

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