Don’t get too excited bucko has it might be a bit of a letdown compared to the US Costco you visit when there.We are looking forward to the PERTH Airport Costco opening. Our first one....
Yes - I went past their new building at the domestic airport last week, massive building as well as the servo. Should be finished shortly. But it's a 25k round trip for us to get there so doubt it will be beneficial as there are only two of us to shop for.We are looking forward to the PERTH Airport Costco opening. Our first one....
Seriously? I find that impossible to believe! I have used Costco fuel both Petrol and Diesel since it's opening in Moorabbin - I know many others who regularly buy fuel there - NEVER a problemBeware buying Costco fuel, as they water it down with detergents - I filled my M3 ONCE with costco 98, and it coughed and spattered for the entire tank. Never again.
A car with with an engine that is not designed for racing or high performance. Pretty much anything under $60k new is generally a normal car. I'm referring to cars such as the Nissan GT-R, Porsche 911, BMW M cars, Audi RS cars, Audi R8. Subaru STi and Holden HSV are border-line, but realistically they are not designed to rev as high or produce as much power as other engines.Can you please define a 'normal' car?
if your car doesn’t need 98 then any issues with 98 fuel Probably won’t affect you. Just saying.Ditto to no probs with the 98 Fuel from Costco at Moorabbin. My VW which needs min 95 has been reg filled there since opening with no issues at all.
Beware buying Costco fuel, as they water it down with detergents - I filled my M3 ONCE with costco 98, and it coughed and spattered for the entire tank. Never again.
Doesn't every fuel retailer claim their fuel contains additives that make things work cleaner/better/more efficient? It's a bit of spin to call this a warning.Costco even has a warning telling buyers that fuels have additives to clean the fuel system.