Being one of the most competitive supermarket petrol station groups, Asda petrol prices are often seen as competitive. But are they the cheapest petrol prices in your area? Send us a review and tell us!
Written on: 26/03/2013 by kattypuss41
The asda automated card payment petrol stations do not recognise a natwest debit card, just had an absolute farse as i was nearly out of petrol and went to one of these stations, inserted my card and my pin and it told me my card was not authorised.....very confused i tried again and the same thing happened, i rang my bank thinking there was a problem with my card and they confirmed that the asda automated petrol stations dont recognise natwest cards! Thankfully there was another petrol... (read more)
Written on: 24/03/2013 by SeonaidD (1 review written)
Filled up my RAV4 with a full tank of diesel. Have now had to have a fuel filter and housing replaced...still hasn't solved problem so whole fuel system has had to be flushed including taking the tank out and flushing! Cost a fortune! Anyone else had problems with Straiton ASDA - the garage think their diesel is at fault! (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2013 by aceflyer (6 reviews written)
Very clever [name removed] are you being paid a bonus for the clever trick of further increasing the differential in price between petrol and diesel. When you raise the prices that increase will stay, further increasing Asda profits, ie 3p off petrol only 2p off diesel. Diesel cars, as you know are the most common vehicle hence the extra cost of diesel, this has being going on far too long and I am disgusted at the further participation of Asda in it. This differential doesn't exist across... (read more)
Written on: 18/11/2012 by pompeyboy1000
i have just found out that asda charge £1.00 for using card payments at the card ony pumps do all the supermarkets do this or is it just asda (read more)
Written on: 09/11/2012 by GreatOracle
My daughter in law fills up regularly at ASDA in Spennymoor. Lately her car has started to become sluggish, then a couple of weeks ago started cutting out at medium to high revs. Then last week it would not go more than a few yards without cutting out. The AA had to tow it to a dealer who immediately asked without any prompting "Do you fill up at ASDA in Spennymoor?" When they were told "Yes". They said they had about half a dozen cars in the last couple of weeks with the same problem. The... (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2012
I am a Taxi Driver and use Asda fuel on a daily basis, I have noticed and been monitoring for a few weeks now that once I have finished fuelling up and completely replaced the nozzle, the amount of £'s to pay seems to jump up by either 1p or 2p. Has anyone noticed or had similar problems ? As this is a little worrying. (read more)
Written on: 02/07/2012
In December 2011 i bought a brand new 1.6 diesel hdi vtr plus auto egs citroen c5. The car would sometimes momentarily cut out when changing gear, the engine was a very rattly when cold. I took it back to the garage but they could not find anything wrong. Originally I had always used asda or tesco diesel. i decided to try texaco diesel. There was a marked improvement, no more rattles, smoother, quieter, more power and the gear change problem has gone away. I have since tried Morrison's Bio... (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2012 by Sprinter16
As a light haulage driver I use over £1000 of diesel a month, I try to fill up at the cheapest for obvious reasons, generally that's Asda, never had a problem with the fuel which is not surprising as it's the same as everywhere else. Twice in 100 or so fill ups I have had a receipt problem, I just ring the local branch & they post me a VAT receipt, a pain, but it gets sorted. Also if the pumps are not busy you can put your card into another pump within 24 hours & get a copy receipt. I... (read more)
Written on: 22/03/2012 by sluggish
I filled up with diesel at ASDA in Stafford on 6th March 2012 and my car became very sluggish and juddery. took it to a garage and it was suggested that the fuel was dirty and so have had fill up again with clean fuel and problem improved immediately. So much for their cheaper fuel - it's obviously inferior fuel and can damage your car, so be careful. I shall visit Shell or BP in future. P.S. They never seem to print receipts at these pumps...! (read more)
Written on: 01/03/2012
The prices always gets added when we go to till. Also, in the self pay machines, it always says the receipt is printing and never prints it. But while requesting the receipts the person on the till, treats you like unwanted guest and will make you to wait for long. (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2012
Purchased diesel at the self service/unmanned station intending to buy £40 worth. As per a previous review, the pump stopped at £40.07p which was not what I intended. I didn't bother to obtain a receipt as I had no need of one. The following day I realised that the fuel guage had hardly registered the fuel having been input where it should have reflected almost half a tank. I have had to wait until today for the entry to appear on on line banking in case I had made a mistake but no, no... (read more)
Written on: 25/04/2011
I have noticed for quite some time now that if,for instance,I buy £20 of fuel,when I go to pay,the price has mysteriously risen by 1 or 2p.I am wise to this now and so,I check every time that the price has 'stabilised' before i go into the kiosk.Today,I purchased £10 of fuel.I checked after I hung up the pump and it was still £10.In the kiosk,the price had risen to £10.02.That adds up to money in Asda's till,but the equivalent fuel not being dispensed.I f that happened to 1 in 3... (read more)
Written on: 25/04/2011
The price may be right, but if you can reclaim the VAT the constant lack of receipts is a b----r I am fed up to the back teeth of chasing across to the store to get a receipt in one month I am short of three receipts totalling £264.02 ( 7, 10, 23 of March) thats a lot of VAT Mr Asda.
But does anybody want to know - not b----y likely.
The pumps tell you one is being printed but nothing appears. (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2011
They get the fuel from the same depot as every other company you morons. I've been to the fuel depot near Thurrock and seen BP, Tesco, Sainsburys etc. etc. all lined up next to each other filling the tankers up. The only thing that is different from brand to brand is the additives that get put in. The cretins banging on about their Solo card should read the small print FROM THEIR BANKS! This is a known issue with Solo cards NOT Asda petrol stations! (read more)
Written on: 27/01/2011
Since buying diesel from ASDA, my car is sluggish and lacks any decent acceleration at all which is funny for a turbo diesel! Can't wait to empty the tank and get some decent fuel in there (read more)
Written on: 07/12/2010
Have been using asda petrol station for 15years good service fuel never a problem staff so helpful also know they get there fuel from a well known refinery (read more)
Written on: 25/08/2010
watch each day price of petrol and beer etc in supermarkets and i seems to do all my shopping at asda they seem to be only supermarkets knows what customer wants other supermarkets give you extra points but items cost you more money god bless asda (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2010
To get to work I have to drive 400 miles per week at my own expense.
Every time a penny goes on petrol, the nail is driven a little deeper.
GOD BLESS ASDA for starting a price war, every penny they reduce is a weight off.I shall remain a loyal customer to Asda due to there petrol prices.
As for some cars spluttering after reaching red line on tank,its caused by all the heavy particles that every car has in the bottom of the tank,this has nothing to do with Asda fuel! (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2010
The pumps at this petrol station keep adding money when I let go of the pump handle.
So for example I put in £20 exactly then let go of everything and about 3 or 5 seconds later it has in 5 occasions gone upto £20.01. It adds a penny.
When highlighting this to the staff they reply, "The pumps have been checked by trading standards and they say they are OK"
So the only way to stop this is to switch the flow of petrol off by pressing the lever on the pump, then remove the nossle from my... (read more)
Written on: 19/01/2010
Since the fuel price war, we changed from our local BP garage to Asda, Trafford Park. Our car has been off the road since before Christmas,after failing to start. The mechanic has been baffled by the problem & had diagnostic tests carried it, which showed that fuel wasn't getting to the injectors. On inspection of the injectors, it was discovered that the pressure valves or gauges in the injectors (not sure what they are), were all scored, suggesting contaminated fuel. This has resulted in... (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2009
I have been riped off twice at sittingbourne garage a the second time i complained and i was told to drive slower to reduce my fuel consumption. that wernt the point i bought £10 of fuel but didnt get £10 worth dont use this garage it's a rip off. (read more)
Written on: 16/11/2009
Put £20 of unleaded in my car on Sunday as it was getting near the 'red line' - within minutes the engine warning light came on and car started stuttering & not pulling away properly at lights etc & funny smell from exhaust.Don't know yet what's wrong with it but pretty sure it's the fuel as car is well maintained & was running spot on before refuelling.
Wont be using supermarkets again! Will stick to main dealers. (read more)
Written on: 21/10/2009
Porazka jakas zatankowalismy dzisiaj samochod za 10 funt w po powrocie do domu sprawdzilam konto i zeszło 20 funt w! Złodzieje !!!!!!!!!!! Nigdy nie zatankuje paliwa na ASDA nigdy Choćby bylo tansze nawet o 50pi. Złodzieje !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (read more)
Written on: 08/10/2009
My hubby filled our car with a full tank of diesel as we normally do from our Asda store in Trafford Park Manchester. All seemed fine, that is until my hubby went out that evening and had to be towed home as the car wouldnt start.
Our car was taken to a garage the next morning who advised there were large amounts of water in it. Its cost us over £200 to fix and we've lost £55 of diesel.
Called the Asda store who were extremely rude and obvisouly didnt care, she in not so many words called... (read more)
Written on: 21/09/2009
I put £10 in on Saturday 19th September & when I checked my account £20 had been removed. No warning signs are on the pumps stating that if you use a solo card double the amount of money will be taken. If my bank authorises my card before i put in petrol then therefore I have the money to fill my car up. They have no right taking the extra money from my account. I will not be using Asda Petrol station again. (read more)
Written on: 27/08/2009
I filled put £21.63 of diesel in my diesel car on the 16/8/2009 and my car in now in the garage who say that petrol has been found in the tank I know I did not do this, as I have the receipts to prove it was diesel, has anyone in the Manchester area suffered from the same problem, I would like Asda to pick up the costs but need to prove if it is their problem. (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2009
i filled up with a solo card with £15 at asda petrol station and same as alot of people got £20 taken and thanks to asda now have bank charges. they should tell you this at the pump. will not be using it again!!! (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2009
I used my solo card on 25th july 09 to get petrol it took £40 off my card for £20 i actualy filled up. I will never use Asda Petrol Station again. (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2009 by AndrewWallis (1 review written)
I have just filled up my Audi A4 3.0s with Asda Unleaded Petrol from empty and exactly the same thing has happened. Almost immediately the engine started rattling and the car juddering, and a smell of burning coming out of the exhaust. The Emission Control System Warning Light came on, with instructions to take the car immediately to a garage.
I rang up the garage 10 minutes later, assuming they had put diesel in their Unleaded pump (I have the receipt to prove that I went for the... (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2009 by biff1942
cannot understand why petrol in our home station of Asda at Coatbridge(manned) is cheaper (at 99.6) than the unmanned station at our holiday home i station in Dunbar (100.p) no one can tell me why (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2009
I'm Asda through n' through...their petrol is good and as some one has said....1st to lower last to increase. I wouldn't use another if you paid me....don't need a clubcard Asda do a good aenough job....they don't need fancy tricks. Give me Asda anyday. (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2009 by mrsbodge
the same thing has happened to me i used my solo card at my local asda and it took £20 i only put £5 in but when i went to the bank i had £20 missing instead of the £5 i had put in does it actually warn you on the pumps that it will do this i will be makin a complaint they r rubbish (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2009
Im 17, I always use my drice thru' Asda petrol station fill up get in car hand money from window cannot go wrong Quick & Easy Whoooo!!! (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2009
Pay and pump at Asda Petrol Stations,
I used this with my solo card which is max £20 I only put £5 in and they took the full 20 out my bank, this has happened twice, :\ once when I filled up £10 and again they have took £20.
has this happened to anybody else?? (read more)
Written on: 24/04/2009 by Mr P Slater (1 review written)
Filled up classic motorcycle with £5 worth of unleaded petrol at Asda Great Bridge, West Midlands. Tank almost empty when filled up, ran great until put Asda petrol in! After 200 yards smoking and knocking loudly, running on one cylinder. After stripping down engine next day found nothing wrong mechanically. I have worked on and restored classic motorcycles for 40 years and so am extremely familiar with their running capability. I can only suspect petrol is the cause. Has anyone else... (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2009 by michelle2k6
Petrol at Asda is cheap. I used the pay at pump, put just £3 in, when staement receieved I had been charged £20, apparently if you use a solo card you get charged £20 and they refund you a few days later not happy.
Written on: 22/11/2008
I Always use Asda. I drive 10 miles to Asda once a week to fill up as its the cheapest and my car uses less fuel on a long run. I have never had any problems with them and the staff are lovely. I even wash my car there as its only £3.00 for all the works.
People said oh don't used Asda Petrol its rubbish. Well I have never had any problems at all. And My Fuel Consumption is brilliant.
I will always use them. (read more)
Written on: 16/09/2008
I would never buy asda petrol again, the miles per gallon it is very poor quality, and although cheap is not value for money, I might as well fill up somewhere that the company does not feel the need to add detergent. (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2008 by gazthetank
First to lower the price last to put it up, competition within the area of an Asda forecourt can not price fix only compete, no queuing in a shop to pay with the card payment pumps, well done Asda. Overall a non-greedy petrol station company giving good prices and a quick service. (read more)
Written on: 08/10/2006 by buggsy (1 review written)
In the beginning at Asda, if the machine had run out of receipt paper, you could put your card into another pump and it would print your receipt automatically, but not anymore, if you try another pump, it is treated as a new transaction, except it knows you have just used another pump, as the amount of petrol you can have is reduced. If your have other things on your mind (as quite frequently you may have, you're only human after all), you may not realise that you have left the pump with... (read more)
Written on: 13/08/2006 by andy2120 (4 reviews written)
what's there to say? It's cheaper than tesco, but there's no clubcard (read more)
Written on: 28/04/2006 by davlov (12 reviews written)
My local Asda in Lincoln was rebuilt a couple of years ago. Compared to the old petrol station the new one is a 500% improvement. More pumps and more space, two pay booths plus four card operated pumps. I very rarely use the pay booth, finding the 'fast lane' card operated pumps are nearly always empty, even at busy times. Have found on the few occassions that I have use the pay booths, it can be slow. They only seem to operate both pay booths at extremely busy times, so even at quiet times... (read more)
Written on: 22/03/2006 by jimtee
Can anyone confirm that the ASDA petrol station pumps, until recently, all have black handles and inadequately sized signs indicating the type of fuel? A few weeks ago I put petrol in my diesel car from a black-handled pump. This mistake cost me £70. I checked the petrol station recently and noted that all the handles were black but the hoses were colour-coded. Following my written complaint I recently I noticed that all the pump handles had been changed to the correct colour and the pumps... (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2006 by wonder222001 (1 review written)
Not a bad price for fuel,but my local Asda can be very busy and slow. (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2005 by smelly kelly (22 reviews written)
Asda Petrol stations were great as you could do your shopping and fill up at the same time. Now they seem to be closing them all down, probably due to the fact that it does not make them much money, as all they did was sell petrol, they didn't usually have drinks / snacks on sale. We have 3 Asda stores in a 7 mile radius, none of which now have petrol stations. (read more)
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