Because of the much lower sulphur content of Euro 5 diesel, it reduces hazardous emissions in general. It is consistent with the government’s attempts to encourage the use of cleaner fuels, which improves air quality and is therefore healthier for the environment and you.
PETRONAS Dynamic Diesel is created with Pro-Driving technology, which provides improved performance for a cleaner, smoother drive.
PETRONAS Dynamic Diesel Euro 5 with Pro-Drive cleans and protects critical diesel engine parts, extending engine life; improves combustion, resulting in improved engine performance and fuel economy; and provides a better driving experience with easier engine start, less vibration, and smoother acceleration.
Is it possible for Singapore Car to pump diesel in Malaysia?
A Singaporean automobile stopped for gas in Johor and then drove away without paying. We’re curious because we can’t figure out exactly what happened, and we’re hoping you can help.
So, here’s the situation. The Singaporean-registered Kia Sorento you see above purchased diesel at a Bukit Indah, JB, gas station. Except the driver didn’t actually buy the gas because he/she allegedly departed the station without paying after filling up. The gas store then posted a notice and a CCTV screengrab of the Kia, requesting that the owner return and pay the amount.
It went viral, as do most misdemeanors these days, and was picked up by Singaporean social media pages. “Kia Sorento Diesel failed to make payment for fuel at Bukit Indah, Johor,” reads the description on the SGRV Admin Facebook page. The cashier at the Bukit Indah JB petrol station requests that I publish. They ran a number plate search for SNA 9151 S and discovered that the official information displays 2.2D, indicating that the vehicle was stolen.
In contrast to RON 95 gasoline, Singaporean automobiles are permitted to purchase diesel in Malaysia, but only up to 20 litres per day at petrol stations within 25 kilometers of the Malaysia-Singapore border (Bukit Indah is within the zone). Fuel costs roughly S$3 (RM9.60) per litre in Singapore, and subsidised diesel in Malaysia is capped at RM2.15 per litre for Euro 5 B10 and B20 blends. The Kia Sorento will save RM149 based on these rates and the 20L restriction.
It’s not right to not pay for what you’ve purchased. Residents of Singapore already save a lot of money (especially with the current SGD-MYR exchange rate), so surely going viral for a gain of less than S$50 isn’t worth it? Inflation is creeping up everywhere (newsflash to Malaysians: yep, even in Singapore), but if you have a car, you’re in good shape, and this is the latest Sorento, not a Picanto. Of course, there’s always the possibility that the motorist actually forgot.
However, we are perplexed as to how this occurred. Is it possible that the Kia driver made a cash purchase and the cashier didn’t ask for payment before authorizing the pump? It’s common for them to ask to hold some payment for full tank transactions, so it’s possible this transaction went unnoticed. What are your thoughts?
Is Petronas Dynamic Euro 5 compliant?
1 October 2021, Kuala Lumpur
All diesel sold at PETRONAS stations is now Euro 5 compliant, according to PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad (PDB).
How can I tell if a gas station sells diesel?
Google Maps is one of the greatest ways to see if a nearby gas station has a sufficient supply of diesel. Make sure your location is set on, then search for nearby gas stations and click on the one that is closest to you.
Is Euro 5 legal in the ULEZ?
In-depth look into ULEZ-compliant gasoline vehicles Exemptions apply to cars that fulfill the Euro 4 (and Euro 5 and Euro 6) emissions standard, which implies that practically any automobile registered after January 2006 is ULEZ compliant.
Is it possible to upgrade a Euro 5 engine to a Euro 6 engine?
Cybrand AEC, in collaboration with HJS Emission Technology & Co GmbH, offers retrofit SCR conversions for Euro 5 vehicles, bringing them up to the required Euro 6 standard. For a variety of vehicles, including Volkswagen, Mercedes, and Renault models, we already have full Energy Saving Trust / ULEZ clearance.
Is it possible for a Singapore car to pump 95 in Malaysia?
During the first week after the Malaysia-Singapore land border reopened on April 1, there was no shortage of traffic entering the nation, and with it, plenty of reports of Singaporean vehicles refueling with RON 95 gasoline at Malaysian gas stations.
This is obviously not permitted, as foreign-registered cars (including motorbikes) are forbidden from purchasing RON 95, which is significantly subsidized by the Malaysian government, due to a prohibition in effect since August 1, 2010.
Following the initial time of monitoring, the ministry of domestic commerce and consumer affairs (KPDNHEP) announced last month that it will conduct regular checks at gas stations to prevent this from happening again.
But what about diesel, which is subsidized by the government and currently capped at RM2.15 per litre for Euro 5 B10 and B20 blends, and RM2.35 for Euro 5 B7 blends? Singapore-registered diesel vehicles can now buy diesel at a Malaysian gas station, according to the ruling.
The purchase of 20 litres per day at petrol stations within 25 kilometers of the Malaysia-Singapore border gate is limited to this restriction, which took effect on October 1, 2020. Presumably, this is to ensure that cars (mainly commercial) that use the fuel have enough for the return trip to the republic, as well as to prevent fuel smuggling. Further inland, this restriction does not apply. A diesel car traveling to KL, for example, will definitely require fuel and can replenish as usual.
Singaporean motorists can, of course, refuel their vehicles using RON 97 gasoline without restriction, as long as the fuel is injected straight into the vehicle’s tank. RON 97 costs RM4.31 per litre at the moment. The price of RON 95 in Singapore starts at SGD3.12 (RM9.88) per litre, while the price of RON 98 starts at SGD3.60 (RM11.40) per litre. In the meantime, diesel in Singapore costs roughly SGD3 (RM9.50) per litre.
What is Petron Turbo Diesel, and how does it work?
PETRON TURBO DIESEL is a cutting-edge gasoline that has been upgraded with a C-booster and a combustion enhancer to deliver a smooth and premium performance. With its premium and innovative additive system, Petron Turbo Diesel can provide the following performance benefits: Fuel economy has improved.
What kind of biofuel does Petronas sell?
All diesel fuel sold at more than 1,000 Petronas service stations in Malaysia is now Euro 5-compliant, according to Malaysia’s Petronas Dagangan Bhd (PDB). The maximum sulfur concentration in Euro 5-compliant diesel fuel is 10 parts per million (ppm).
“We are proud to have built Malaysia’s largest and most accessible network of Euro 5 certified diesels. PETRONAS Dynamic Diesel Euro 5 with Pro-three Drive’s biodiesel blends ensure that all drivers have access to cleaner fuel options that not only best compliment their cars, but also produce a reduced carbon footprint, said Khalil Muri, Head of PDB’s Retail Business.
“Beyond meeting the government’s Euro 5 regulations, our exclusive composition provides motorists with a more powerful drive for smoother and longer road trips. He went on to say that this is part of PDB’s promise to make our customers’ life easier and better.
Offering a choice of 3 biodiesel blends
Petronas Dynamic Diesel Euro 5 with Pro-Drive is available at Petronas stations in three biodiesel blends: B7 (7 percent biodiesel), B10 (10 percent biodiesel), and B20 (20 percent biodiesel).
PETRONAS claims that their Dynamic Diesel Euro 5 with Pro-Drive provides three important benefits for diesel vehicles:
Efficient: Enhances combustion, improves engine performance, and improves fuel economy; and
Smooth: For a better voyage, it facilitates an easier start, reduced vibration, and a smoother drive.
Petronas Dagangan Berhad is the state-owned Petroliam Nasional Berhad’s marketing arm (PETRONAS). It is the largest retailer and marketer of downstream petroleum products in Malaysia.