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Shell V-Power for the price of Shell FuelSave 98 this weekend

By BenCee on 08 Jun 2011

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Shell is offering its top grade V-Power petrol for the price of its FuelSave 98 grade this weekend.

On top of that, motorists who take advantage of the offer also get an extra 20% Shell Escape points, for this weekend only.

The special promotion will be held from Friday to Sunday, June 10-12 at all Shell stations (except Shell Woodlands Mandai and Shell Sin Ming) between 7pm and 11pm.

This promotion will enable drivers to experience the difference in everyday driving with Shell V-Power. Shell V-Power's unique formulation is designed to actively clean your engine and reduce friction, helping to deliver more power throughout the life of your car.

If you're a regular Shell customer, I would recommend you try it out, to see if the savings and improved fuel grade are worth it.

For more information, visit shell.com.sg/vpower.

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Cruise Jun 09 2011 08:59 PM
V power although "feels" to be better increase my car's fuel consumption. For the kick of it is worth while, for realistic purpose, not good for me.
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