Gasoline Automotive gasoline and gasoline-oxygenate blends are used in internal combustion spark-ignition engines. These spark ignition engine fuels are primarily used for passenger cars. They are also used in off-highway utility vans, farm machinery and in other spark ignition engines employed in a variety of service applications.

Gasoline is a complex mixture of relatively volatile hydrocarbons that vary widely in chemical & physical properties and are derived from fractional distillation of crude petroleum with a further treatment mainly in terms of improvement of its octane rating. The hundreds of individual hydrocarbons in gasoline range from c4 to c11.

An oxygenate is an oxygen-containing, ashless organic compound (such as an alcohol or ether) which can be used as a fuel or fuel supplement. Motor gasoline is sold at retail outlets where it is directly delivered into the automobile tank. The Indian Standard governing the properties of motor gasoline & gasoline-oxygenate blends is IS 2796 : 2000 (3rd Rev).

In view of the auto fuel policy issued by Govt of India, more & more stringent specifications (equivalent to Euro II, Euro III, Euro IV) are being made applicable for the gasolines being marketed in India. This has led to reduction of environmentally polluting factors in gasolines.


DieselXTRAPREMIUM petrol is a much sought-after fuel among discerning motorists who are in many ways emotionally attached to their wheels.

The “Clean and Keep Clean” function of the super cleanser additive in XTRAPREMIUM reduces deposits at the port fuel injector, intake valve and controls combustion chamber deposits to maintain "like new" performance of the vehicle. Regular use of XTRAPREMIUM gives the vehicle a superior pick-up, smoother drive, better mileage and lower emission. XTRAPREMIUM is designed not only to optimise performance of new generation vehicles but also rejuvenate old vehicles to perform better.

Little wonder, IndianOil’s XTRAPREMIUM petrol is the largest selling branded petrol in India

Updated on July 1, 2014

Prices of non-branded petrol in metro-cities (Rs./Litre)

Price build up of Petrol

Prices of non-branded petrol across state capitals (Rs./Litre)

Applicable From Midnight: June, 30th 2014 - July, 1th 2014
Agartala 72.34
Gandhinagar 77.58
Aizwal 72.38
Ambala 74.12
Bengaluru 80.68
Bhopal 78.40
Bhubhaneswar 74.03
Chandigarh 74.63
Dehradun 77.15
Gangtok 76.55
Guwahati 77.00
Hyderabad 80.41
Imphal 72.51
Itanagar 72.82
Jaipur 77.17
Jammu 76.66
Jullunder 81.25
Kohima 73.38
Lucknow 81.26
Panjim 61.10
Patna 81.25
Pondicherry 72.58
Port Blair 65.47
Raipur 75.68
Ranchi 72.97
Shillong 73.75
Shimla 77.38
Srinagar 79.46
Trivandrum 77.35

Specifications Specifications

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