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United States of America - Pump price for gasoline

0.71 (US dollars per liter) in 2016

In 2016, gasoline price for United States of America was 0.71 US dollars per liter. Though United States of America gasoline price fluctuated substantially in recent years, it tended to increase through 1998 - 2016 period ending at 0.71 US dollars per liter in 2016.

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What is United States of America gasoline price?

Date Value Change, %
2016 0.71 -6.58 %
2014 0.76 -21.65 %
2012 0.97 27.63 %
2010 0.76 35.71 %
2008 0.56 -11.11 %
2006 0.63 16.67 %
2004 0.54 35.00 %
2002 0.40 -14.89 %
2000 0.47 46.88 %
1998 0.32 -5.88 %
1995 0.34 6.25 %
1992 0.32