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January 7, 2013 5:49 am  #21


Re: Prices in Your Town today

markmaierody wrote:

Jens wrote:

@Mark;
Can't confirm the 4 ltr/100 km. I own a C-Class and it takes 8.7 ltr/100km unlead in average.
May be you are referring to a different one taking Diesel.

My uncle has the latest C-class from 2012, that's how much he says it consumes, of course if you go slowly not pedal to the metal, it depends on the year, of course older models consume more..

Really?? It depends on the year   mine was built 05/2013


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January 7, 2013 3:12 pm  #22


Re: Prices in Your Town today

Jens wrote:

markmaierody wrote:

Jens wrote:

@Mark;
Can't confirm the 4 ltr/100 km. I own a C-Class and it takes 8.7 ltr/100km unlead in average.
May be you are referring to a different one taking Diesel.

My uncle has the latest C-class from 2012, that's how much he says it consumes, of course if you go slowly not pedal to the metal, it depends on the year, of course older models consume more..

Really?? It depends on the year   mine was built 05/2013

2 days ago?


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January 7, 2013 5:37 pm  #23


Re: Prices in Your Town today

markmaierody wrote:

Jens wrote:

markmaierody wrote:


My uncle has the latest C-class from 2012, that's how much he says it consumes, of course if you go slowly not pedal to the metal, it depends on the year, of course older models consume more..

Really?? It depends on the year   mine was built 05/2013

2 days ago?

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January 10, 2013 1:30 am  #24


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markmaierody wrote:

Well maybe thats why so many people in North America have huge pickup trucks.

I had a pickup truck once ... early 1980's when you didn't think about price of fuel. I miss my first car however ... 1970 Fiat 850 Spyder ... 6 gallon fuel tank (27 litres ?) and could fill up from empty on $3.00 Canadian back then ... 2.5 Euros at today's rate ... and could go 375 km before next fill. The car back then cost me $2,600 (about 2,000 Euros today's rate.) Saw one for sale last summer in mint condition. If I wasn't married ..... oh well!

Heard something a few days ago on news out of the US that sounds counterproductive. Their government has been legislating auto manufacturers to build more fuel efficient cars. Now they've learned that using less fuel means less fuel taxes to repair roads (and electric cars don't use any fuel), so some states are talking about a road tax on electric and high fuel efficiency (hybrid?) cars. As if they weren't expensive enough already!

 

February 21, 2013 5:24 pm  #25


Re: Prices in Your Town today

RodC wrote:

markmaierody wrote:

Well maybe thats why so many people in North America have huge pickup trucks.

I had a pickup truck once ... early 1980's when you didn't think about price of fuel. I miss my first car however ... 1970 Fiat 850 Spyder ... 6 gallon fuel tank (27 litres ?) and could fill up from empty on $3.00 Canadian back then ... 2.5 Euros at today's rate ... and could go 375 km before next fill. The car back then cost me $2,600 (about 2,000 Euros today's rate.) Saw one for sale last summer in mint condition. If I wasn't married ..... oh well!

Heard something a few days ago on news out of the US that sounds counterproductive. Their government has been legislating auto manufacturers to build more fuel efficient cars. Now they've learned that using less fuel means less fuel taxes to repair roads (and electric cars don't use any fuel), so some states are talking about a road tax on electric and high fuel efficiency (hybrid?) cars. As if they weren't expensive enough already!

Very interesting indeed, thank You.
The difference of vehicles' sizes, between America and Europe, however depends on the way of urbanization of towns and villages. There it is all new and built from "zero" in the last 400 years. Here in Europe - and in Italy, particularly -  instead we have to manage with narrow roads and a lot of towns built upon hills and mountains.
In the meantime, here are the prices here today:

Unleaded fuel, 1 L.

Austria € 1.433
Belgium € 1.714
Bulgaria € 1.349 2.64 лв.
Cyprus € 1.411
Czech Republic € 1.430 36.30 Kč
Denmark € 1.697 12.66 kr
Estonia € 1.374
Finland € 1.660
France € 1.724
Germany € 1.623
Greece € 1.767
Hungary € 1.475 433 Ft
Ireland € 1.597
Italy € 1.847
Latvia € 1.383 Ls 0.967
Lithuania € 1.384 Lt 4.78
Luxembourg € 1.413
Malta € 1.470
Netherlands € 1.845
Poland € 1.317 5.48 zł
Portugal € 1.722
Romania € 1.380 6.04 lei €
Slovakia € 1.495
Slovenia € 1.549
Spain € 1.455
Sweden € 1.753 14.83 kr
United Kingdom € 1.586 £ 1.379
EU AVERAGE € 1.550

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February 22, 2013 9:21 pm  #26


Re: Prices in Your Town today

Melbourne, Australia

Loaf of bread = $2.00 - $6.00 Depending on Brand  (EUR 1.60 - 4.70)

1 coffee in the bar = $5.00 (EUR 3.90)

1 ticket for the city bus = We don't have individual tickets, you have to buy a Myki pass for $6 and then put a miniumin of $10 on the card to travel. (EUR 4.70 + 7.80)

1 Litre of unleaded Fuel = $1.60 (EUR 1.25)


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February 23, 2013 4:53 pm  #27


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Halifax, Canada
City bus fare - $2.25 cash (EUR 1.67) or $1.80 using prepurchased tickets (EUR 1.33)
Regular grade unleaded fuel today - $1.40 (EUR 1.04)

 

March 1, 2013 6:40 pm  #28


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2$ per cigarette


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March 2, 2013 6:50 pm  #29


Re: Prices in Your Town today

Paul Prince wrote:

don't eat much bread......don't drink coffee........never catch a bus........and don't have a car anymore.

but a pint of beer is 1.00-1.50 euro's, and a donner kebab is 4.50 euros

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June 20, 2013 10:41 pm  #30


Re: Prices in Your Town today

1l of gas 2.60 EURO (Germany)
1 cinemaxx ticket : 15 EURO
1 package marlboro cigrattes (17 pieces) : 5 Euro

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