If you like getting stuck on the road, go to quick trip.
Quick Trip Fuel 87 and 89 Octanes - Complaint
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI -- Purchased a 2000 Suburban a week ago. All service records, ran awesome. Filled it with Quick Trip gas and 2 days later my fiancee and two children are stuck on Highway 364. Corporate was no help and informed me that my BMW was the problem, even though I was having issues with my Suburban. My BMW was also having the same issues, loss of power, missing, running like crap and telling me my o2 sensors were faulting, filled it with 89 octane at quicktrip 20 minutes prior to the issues. I have always used Quick Trip gas, had the same issue last year when they switched blends. BMW ran like crap, threw o2 sensor codes and eventually ran itself out after several Lucas and seafoam treatments. Imagine that......its back again. And they blame my BMW, yet posted no warnings about BMW's having issues with their products. Called my BMW mechanic, informed me that he has a car in his shop as we spoke with similar issues with qt gas, fuel tests revealed that the gas is garbage. I put at least 500 miles per week on my car and know every tick on it.
After the hell I've been through and the danger imposed on my family I will never return and I hope this will make you think twice before you make my mistake. As a BMW owner I have learned the hard way you need to pay attention to what you out in your cars.
Luckily, my BMW is running, Damn German won't stop. My Suburban on the other hand is sitting with the repair bill stacking up that I must produce upfront and fight these A-holes for, guess I love a challenge and a good fight. In the spirit of the STL, qt...BMW's are expensive. So are suburbans....you gonna learn today.