Words by Christopher Kho
 
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As a regular motorist (if that's a fair general classification), I drive an average of 10,000 km a year within Metro Manila, at an average speed of 40 km/h if I'm lucky, and get 8.5 km/L in my 2006 Civic. Given that premise, I never saw the need to fill up on high octane unleaded gasoline. Instead, I settle for regular which probably saves me around P140 per full tank over the fancy stuff. Then came Petron with their new Blaze 100 Euro 4 fuel.
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Petron Corporation is taking the lead in clean fuels by launching the country's first Euro 4-compliant gasoline - two and a half years ahead the Philippine government's mandate takes effect in 2016. Petron Blaze 100 Euro 4 is specially formulated to meet more stringent and environment-friendly Euro 4 fuel standard. But more importantly, it meets the fuel quality requirement of high-performance and luxury cars such as Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, and Maserati - something that Petron Chairman and CEO Ramon S. Ang should know all too well.
 
Of course, other cars on the road will benefit from Petron's Blaze 100 Euro 4 as well. You see, most of the new vehicles sold locally actually require Euro 4 fuel to run at their optimum performance. And a switch from the Euro 2 fuel most pumps have today to the new Blaze 100 Euro 4 will not only improve performance, but also engine reliability.
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