What’s In Your Tank?

April 4, 2016

Premium Gasoline

Are you putting the right gas in your tank?

Shell Premium GasolineDoesn’t your vehicle deserve the best? Many of us keep our cars longer, so we should treat them right. If we treat them right, they’ll treat us right. They’ll take us to work, shopping and to the kid’s ball games.  And of course, those spring and summer road trips. Shell Premium Gasoline will treat your engine right.

Shell V-Power NiTRO+ Premium Gasoline…

is superior protection against wear. Unbeatable protection against corrosion and gunk. Shell Premium Gasoline offers superior protection against…

  • Wear – Wear happens when two metal surfaces rub against each other. Which can cause loss of metal on those surfaces. Loss of surface metal can happen in the fuel pump, fuel injectors and piston assembly. This can cause loss of power, higher emissions and higher oil usage.
  • Corrosion – If moisture and contaminants live in your fuel tank, they can have negative impact on fuel injectors, fuel pumps and fuel lines.
  • Gunk  – Shell V-Power NiTRO+ Premium Gasoline has 7 times the cleaning agents required by law, which help remove carbon deposits, also know as Gunk on intake valves and fuel injectors, that can make your engine work less efficiently.

Shell Premium Gasoline

All three grades of Shell Nitrogen Enriched Gasoline, Regular, Plus and V-Power Nitro+, contain Shell’s Nitrogen Enriched Cleaning System.

Park Plaza Shell has the right gasoline for your tank. Come by and fill up with our Shell Premium Gasoline. No other gasoline protects better and no other premium gasoline keeps your engine cleaner!

Different kinds of fuel can also mean varying levels of quality – much like different types of diet can have wide-ranging effects on our bodies. Using low-quality gasoline can cause gunk to form on intake valves and fuel injectors in as little as 5,000 miles. Gunk acts like a sponge, absorbing and trapping gasoline, making the combustion less efficient. Industry data shows that gunk can present potential engine performance problems, and indicates that a cleaner engine can perform as originally designed, making it more fuel efficient with lower emissions.” Shell.com