Are prices in Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium cheaper than in France?

Are prices in Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium cheaper than in France?
Are prices in Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium cheaper than in France?

Compared to last month, the prices of gasoline and diesel have fallen significantly in France. After the surge in prices recorded in April, some motorists living on the border got into the habit of refueling in neighboring countries. But with this drop in prices in France, refueling elsewhere is not always synonymous with savings.

In just a few weeks, fuel prices have fallen by several cents in France. This Wednesday, May 22, unleaded 98 is displayed at 1.951 euros per liter on average by the specialized site Carburants.org, a drop of almost 3% compared to the prices recorded last month at the same period.

Still according to the same site, unleaded 95 costs 1.889 euros per liter on average. In the case of this fuel, the decline is also almost 3%. As for E10 and E85, the prices for this Sunday amount to 1.862 and 0.895 euros per liter respectively.

As for diesel, diesel is displayed at an average price of 1.721 euros per liter for this Wednesday, May 22. Compared to the last decade of April, diesel fell by almost 4%. It is the fuel that has fallen the most in recent weeks.

Among the countries bordering France, it is Luxembourg which offers the most attractive fuel prices. This week, unleaded 95 (E10) is sold there at 1.594 euros per liter among our Luxembourg neighbors. That’s almost 30 euro cents less than in France. As for unleaded 98 (E5), it is sold at an average price of 1.694 euros per liter in Luxembourg. Finally, diesel is sold at 1.475 euros per liter, almost 25 euro cents less than in France.

Fuel prices in Belgium and Germany

In Belgium, gasoline prices are lower than here, unlike diesel. In detail, the SP95 (E10) and the SP 98 (E5) are respectively at 1.763 euros per liter and 1.846 euros per liter, which represents a difference of almost 10 euro cents compared to France. On the other hand, diesel is more expensive in Belgium. It is displayed there at an average price of 1.789 euros per liter. Regarding Germany, the SP95 (E10) and the SP 98 (E5) are respectively 1.899 euros per liter and 1.846 euros per liter. As for diesel, it is sold at 1.699 euros per liter.

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